The idea of tabling an amendment to the Tory bill demanding a referendum before the next election is gaining currency in Labour ranks.
They punch… well, they pretty much punch their weight.
The PM insists that the date of the referendum "isn't going to change". But will Tory MPs allow him to keep his word?
The chaos in the Conservative Party is a distraction from the real priorities for people across the country: jobs, growth and living standards.
The Labour line that Europe is a needless distraction would sound better if the opposition had more to say on everything else.
Those Conservatives talking up the prospects of EU withdrawal are putting party before country. Shame on them.
As Clegg stands in for David Cameron at PMQs, Tory MPs will seize the opportunity to remind him of his past promise to hold an in/out EU referendum.
Ed Miliband should hold his nerve and resist demands to make his own hasty referendum pledge.
Miliband is making a strategic mistake by aligning the party with an EU political elite intent on exerting control over all 27 members states, regardless of the wishes of each electorate.
After Gove and Hammond's interventions, the Prime Minister will find it harder to sit on the fence at his press conference with Obama today.