Friday was a "historic" day for Europe. After British Prime Minister David Cameron vetoed a European Union treaty aimed at saving the euro, the eurozone countries plowed ahead with a new treaty for deeper fiscal integration. Britain's refusal to join leaves the island nation economically isolated from the continent, and raises questions about Cameron's leadership, the British economy, and the country's future place in the EU.
Britain should approve the eurozone treaty vetoed by David Cameron last month, Nick Clegg has said. The Deputy Prime Minister said the new treaty on fiscal union should be "folded into" the existing EU rules. That would require the ... Read Post
David Cameron has said he will veto plans for a new EU treaty unless European leaders agree to a list of British demands. The Prime Minister has insisted that if eurozone countries want to use the "institutions of Europe" to rescue ... Read Post