Fears that delivery of new weapons to Syria could spark new war and shift the balance of power
France, Spain and the Netherlands to be given a waiver on the annual 3% deficit limit
Britain succeeds in lifting EU's ban on sending arms to rebels, but opinion is split on possible outcomes
'It is likely that the loss would be greater for the UK than for the EU'
Branson, Sorrell and others claim Eurosceptics are putting 'politics before economics'
It's low skills and bad management that are holding Britain back, not 'Bwussels', says Boris
UKIP's surge prompts embattled PM to harden EU referendum promise by 'enshrining it in law'
PM hopes silence is golden as he tries to shut down Tory disarray over party set to steal its votes
Thousands of textile workers chant 'hang the killers' in May Day demonstration as EU warns on trade perks
It used to be the British disease but more Europeans are questioning the EU
With its treatment of Cyprus, the EU has unwittingly made the cost of leaving the euro much less daunting
Foreign Secretary intervenes as preparations for £10m 'Operation True Blue' intensify
Euro falls as predictions of recovery confounded by record joblessness in first two months of year
Cypriot finance minister flies to Moscow to seek backing, despite Merkel's warning not to
Ordinary Cypriots are sympathetic to the Russians, who have boosted economy during the recession
A journalist with a holiday home in Cyprus explains why so many ex-pats are affected by the bank levy
Britain fears that the new rules will hurt London and restrict growth in financial sector
The US President's 'wide-ranging' State of the Union address sets out a bold vision for his second term
Lib Dems thought they were smart going for Chris Huhne by-election on 28 Feb... they could be regretting it now
Europe close to agreeing first budget cut in its history. But the EU is still spending more on cows than people