David Cameron has been branded "insane" for pledging to stay in the European Union regardless of how well his attempts to
On Friday last week, Business for Britain - the campaign for a better deal with the EU backed by over 750 leading British business people - released details of the largest and most comprehensive poll yet conducted of UK business opinion on our relationship with Brussels.
What I do want is to open people's eyes to an option the UK must consider seriously. I am arguing that we should consider our most special relationship of all - the one we have with the United States. British-American trade was worth $214billion in 2012. That is the biggest bilateral trade relationship of any two countries anywhere.
Vince Cable has poured scorn on prime minister David Cameron's plans to claw back significant powers from Brussels to Britain
Eurosceptic Conservative backbenchers have hit back at Ken Clarke's claim that they risk wrecking the prospect of the UK
Cabinet minister Ken Clarke has warned Eurosceptics that they risk wrecking the prospect of the UK benefiting from a proposed
When many Americans worry about a crisis in the United Kingdom, they think of the deaths of Sybil and Matthew in Downton Abbey. While this fictional situation might be important to the show's followers, Americans should be more concerned about Britain's potential exit from the European Union.
The genie is out of the bottle. A referendum has been promised and, according to consecutive opinion polls, is demanded by the British people. There is no room to manoeuvre. There is no going back.
Even before Prime Minister David Cameron's speech on Europe this Wednesday, we know that it will be disappointing.
David Cameron thinks it would be ‘mad’ for Britain to leave the EU and is secretly backing a move by Tory MPs to warn of