Cameron defeats EU vote rebellion
David Cameron easily blocked a call for a referendum on Britain's EU membership but suffered the biggest backbench revolt of his premiership
Commission to ramp up anti-drugs policy
The European Commission is to call for extra powers to tackle the growing use of psychoactive drugs which are increasingly available over the internet
Cameron - 'the country wants us to stay in Europe'
Citizens do not want the UK to leave Europe, they just want the EU to function better and to retrieve some powers from Brussels – claims the British Prime Minister
Galileo - a new frontier in space for Europe
With the Galileo launches last Friday, Europe has made clear its intention to end US dominance of the GPS market and boost military capabilities
Friends in Europe ready to help Turkey after quake
Europe determined to stand alongside its important ally by offering aid and support, following 7.2 magnitude earthquake
Tensions rise as EU moves towards deal
European Union leaders inched closer to a package of measures to fight the eurozone debt crisis but no deals will be struck until Wednesday's emergency summit
Ban rating agencies from downgrading rescued eurozone countries
Banning agencies from rating rescued single currency countries would be 'shooting the messenger', say academics
Eurozone paralysis continues to next Wednesday
Yet another summit set up to enable Germany and France more time to reach an agreement palatable to both countries
Libya 'should pay costs of Op Ellamy'
The UK should ask Libya to repay £300m cost of British intervention in the country, says Daniel Kawczyinski MP
Pressure mounts on Europe over sovereign debt crisis
Pressure growing on political leaders to come up with workable solution to the sovereign debt crisis at Sunday's crucial eurozone meeting
Gaddafi 'killed in Sirte battle'
Former Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi captured by Libyan fighters following siege of Sirte, it has been announced
Move of debate on EU referendum, in UK, is 'blind panic'
Decision to bring forward debate in UK House of Commons on British membership of EU "smacks of blind panic", claims Nigel Farage
Gay and bisexual men still forbidden from giving blood
Policy-makers need to realise that their biased statistics and assumptions have 'aged out' - writes Michael Cashman MEP
British government may block EU referendum
Referendum on British membership of the European Union is unlikely, despite the planned House of Commons vote
Commission - invest €9.2bn in broadband 'urgently'
Europe has to keep up with broadband speeds in South Korea and Japan, if it is to remain competitive in the global market