If voters chose to stay - whenever the referendum comes - the deal upon which that decision was reached may not be the final word.Read the full story ›
The proposal would allow EU countries to temporarily close their borders to incoming workers if the pressure of migration becomes too great.Read the full story ›
There is every chance the Prime Minister will need a drink tonight.Read the full story ›
David Cameron's officials have just done their best to distance themselves for any European plan to share the burden of Europe's refugee crisis.
In fact, they were denying there was a plan in place at all.
It was - said Mr Cameron' s spokeswoman - nothing more than an indication of "where their thinking is going" before adding it was "one part of the EU institution's [the Commission's] thinking in response to the refugee crisis."
No such proposal to scrap the Dublin Regulations (which allow countries like the UK to deport asylum seekers back to the EU country they first reached) has been circulated or discussed with the UK government, Downing Street insisted.
Mr Cameron is acutely aware that a change in the rules could impact on the forthcoming referendum on the UK's membership of the EU.
"We support the principle of the Dublin Regulations", said Number 10 (as firmly as they could).
An independent inquiry into why last year's polls failed to predict the outcome of the General Election has revealed its findings.Read the full story ›
The National Health Singers choir has been performing outside hospitals in London to show support for the junior doctors' strike today.
The National Health Singers choir performs 'Yours' outside Chelsea and Westminster hospital
Most of the singers are junior doctors taking part in the strike.
Georgina Wood, who is a junior doctor who helped to set up the choir, said: "Striking is something that doctors never wanted to do, and we've been pushed into this position. It's a place where we are quite uncomfortable but we are doing it for the good of our patients."
So what exactly is Hilary Benn's new agreement with Jeremy Corbyn?Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn has sacked two frontbenchers and moved another while Hilary Benn remains in his Shadow Cabinet. But has Corbyn got his way?Read the full story ›
The most interesting - and potentially dangerous - move in the Labour reshuffle is currently the only move: the sacking of Michael Dugher.Read the full story ›