While David Cameron will be framing today's Mail front page, for Ed Miliband it was a day to forget
Merkel appears to offer an olive branch – but EU diplomats say she'll 'drive the hardest of bargains'
The PM scores political points at home, but European media say his EU speech is a 'threat'
'A British Prime Minister is at least discussing leaving Europe – it means the genie is out of the bottle'
Cameron's basic argument – that we need looser ties with Brussels and a referendum – is surely right
Double whammy: Clegg hits Cameron day after Lib Dem peers vote against boundary changes
Cameron wriggles on Today as poll shows Tory members know he's playing politics over Europe
Search giant accused of abusing its position by EU competition chief Joaquin Almunia
Eurosceptics furious at senior US official's call for Britain to stay a 'strong' member of Europe
Finance ministers have reached a deal on rules for supervising eurozone banks
Political risks previously associated with developing markets are now a feature of western nations
William Hague officially recognises Syrian opposition, but makes no mention of arming rebels
Desperate to agree an EU budget freeze, Britain looks isolated - and that's exactly what some EU countries want
Ken Clarke and Ed Miliband speak up for Europe as all signs point to the Tories taking a populist right turn
First arrests in Madrid as Spanish and Portuguese lead day of action against cuts and tax hikes