"I'm not making a great claim to have achieved a safeguard," PM forced to admit.
My brief response to Oborne's silly Telegraph column.
New poll shows that Cameron's EU stance has significantly improved his leadership ratings.
The PM is confident because his stance is popular. But some MPs are querying whether the whole thing
They have sacrificed their distinctive beliefs and principles and received little in return.
Cameron plays to the eurosceptic gallery, but where does this leave the coalition?
Stop crowing about Cameron – this is just the latest attack on European democracy.
Cameron has traded influence in the European Union for a brief respite from rebellion in his party,
The Prime Minister has taken a hard line in Europe in a political gamble that could leave Britain is
The real division in the Tory ranks is between those who know how impractical confrontation in Bruss