'Major victory' for Cameron as EU leaders discuss budget cut

First Reaction Fri 8 Feb, AT 08:55

Europe close to agreeing first budget cut in its history. But the EU is still spending more on cows than people

EU budget: is UK really isolated and can Cameron 'win'?

Briefing Tue 20 Nov, AT 13:57

Desperate to agree an EU budget freeze, Britain looks isolated - and that's exactly what some EU countries want

Angela Merkel and Mario Monti

EU cash breakthrough: what is it and what does it mean?

Briefing Fri 29 Jun, AT 08:42

Italian and Spanish banks can be bailed out by funds given directly to them, avoiding government debt

Barroso

It wasn't us! EU chief Barroso blames US for financial crisis

One-Minute Read Tue 19 Jun, AT 12:27

EU commission president gets irritable at G20 summit after Canadian hack suggests North Americans shouldn't help solve euro debt crisis

Eurozone 'Grexit' meeting

Eurozone 'wants Greece to stay' but countries plan for 'Grexit'

Summary Thu 24 May, AT 07:54

German central bank says a Greek exit would be manageable and eurozone countries are drawing up contingency plans

500 euro note

Eurozone countries agree bail-out fund

News Fri 25 Mar, AT 10:12

Business digest: Months of deliberation come to an end with creation of European Stability Mechanism

Farage rant makes Van Rompuy hero - in Belgium

News Wed 10 Mar, AT 15:11

‘Damp rag’ EU president Herman Van Rompuy says he pities Nigel Farage for his outburst

Hypocrite Nigel Farage rudest man in Europe

Column Thu 25 Feb, AT 10:13

Neil Clark: Brussels will be glad to see the back of Nigel Farage if he can beat Bercow in the general election

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