Talks are ongoing because both sides realise that there is no good outcome to this referendum.Read the full story ›
The Greek Government is acting partly out of desperation, partly out of a calculation that the referendum will strengthen its hand.Read the full story ›
Greece has blinked first - but is it enough to save the country from bankruptcy?Read the full story ›
David Cameron has begun a whirlwind tour of Europe to discuss his terms for renegotiating the UK's membership of the EU with key leaders.Read the full story ›
Draft proposals seen by ITV News suggest European leaders will pledge more funding for migrant rescue, but no return to last year's efforts.Read the full story ›
There are going to be offers on the table at the emergency migrant crisis summit in Brussels tomorrow. But they are pretty reluctant at this stage to talk about precisely what they are going to be because of the need to get consensus in Brussels.
And the consensus in Brussels is not going to be easy to find. Remember, at the end of last year, the operation Mare Nostrum, the search and rescue operation which was scrapped. That was scrapped unanimously by Europe, this wasn't something that Britain alone pulled out of.
And there is a reluctance to go back to a full on search and rescue operation.
Obviously though, there is an importance of saving lives which is why it seems Britain will offer HMS Bulwark at least, a large helicopter carrying war vessel in order to help with that aspect of the operation.
They will also though be talking about maybe breaking the link between getting rescued and getting asylum and, of course, going after the people traffickers.
The Tories claim they are the "party of the workers", while Miliband is now a paragon of fiscal responsibility - these are confusing times.Read the full story ›
Another day following the election trail and the Conservatives have been on the defence.Read the full story ›
D minus 30 and counting… A campaign diary from the Conservative battle bus.Read the full story ›