Eurozone economic downturn ‘to persist into 2013′
24 Feb
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

Eurozone economic downturn ‘to persist into 2013′ »

By Gerald Heneghan The eurozone’s financial downturn will continue into 2013, the European Commission has warned.

EU budget faces first ever cuts
8 Feb
2013
Written by LaurenGrice

EU budget faces first ever cuts »

By Lauren Grice The European Union’s (EU’s) budget could see cuts for the first time since its inception.

Cameron brands EU budget ‘too high’
7 Feb
2013
Written by LaurenGrice

Cameron brands EU budget ‘too high’ »

By Lauren Grice David Cameron has described the European Union’s (EU’s) long-term budget as “too high” and called Britain’s place in the federation into question.

Cameron EU proposals gain backing of business leaders
24 Jan
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

Cameron EU proposals gain backing of business leaders »

By Gerald Heneghan David Cameron’s proposals on renegotiating Britain’s relationship with the European Union (EU) have gained the backing of British business leaders.

David Cameron commits to referendum on Europe
23 Jan
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

David Cameron commits to referendum on Europe »

By Gerald Heneghan David Cameron has pledged to implement a referendum into Britain’s membership in the European Union (EU) if the Conservative Party wins the next election.

Romanian and Bulgarian immigration warning issued »

By Gerald Heneghan Romanian and Bulgarian immigration to the UK could amount to 50,000 people a year when restrictions are lifted in 2014.

Clegg warns Cameron over EU referendum »

By Gerald Heneghan Nick Clegg has issued a warning to David Cameron over potential plans to conduct a referendum on Britain’s relationship with the European Union (EU).

David Cameron seeks ‘fresh settlement’ on Europe »

By Gerald Heneghan David Cameron has expressed his desire for a “fresh settlement” with Europe in a radio interview today (January 14th).

George Osborne threatens EU with UK walk-out »

By Gerald Heneghan George Osborne has warned the European Union (EU) that it must change if Britain is to retain its membership.

Eurozone unemployment hits record high »

By Laura Moulden Unemployment in the eurozone has hit an all-time high as November 2012 saw the total number of people out of work increase to 18.8m.

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