A furious David Cameron has launched his most trenchant attack on Brussels, insisting there is no way Britain will pay a surprise demand for £1.7 billion and warning it could help push the country towards the exit door.
ED Miliband has promised "clear, credible and concrete" reforms on immigration, placing them at the heart of a Labour government's programme in a new Immigration Bill to be published if they win victory at the 2015 General Election.
EU member states must start deregulating their economies and reform their labour markets to boost growth and jobs, David Cameron has urged as he warned Britain was not "immune" to the impact of sluggish economic performance elsewhere in Europe.
DAVID Cameron will today pressure his EU counterparts to pull their weight in the fight against Ebola and will set his face against a bid by the European Parliament to increase its budget next year by an extra £5bn.
FIONA Woolf is facing down calls to stand aside as chairwoman of the UK Government's historic child abuse inquiry after claims she was an Establishment figure with a "close association" to Lord Brittan, Home Secretary at the time of abuse claims in the 1980s.