David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and his Swedish and Dutch counterparts will continue talks today on Jean-Claude Juncker's bid to become the president of the European Commission.
The Prime Minister is in Sweden with the other leaders as he seeks support for his European reform agenda and the UK's bid to block the candidacy of Mr Juncker.
Mr Cameron was yesterday pictured being taken for a traditional row on a lake by Swedish premier Fredrik Reinfeldt along with Ms Merkel and Dutch PM Mark Rutte before they discussed economic and institutional issues at dinner.
As he arrived for the pre-scheduled session, Mr Cameron said: "As the democratically-elected leaders of Europe, we should be the ones to choose who should run these institutions rather than accept some new process which was never agreed. I think that is important".
Labour also announced it would not back the candidacy of Mr Juncker, who is regarded in London as an arch-federalist and opponent of reform.
David Cameron has one objective on his visit to Sweden today, to stop Jean-Claude Juncker becoming the new European Commission president.
Cameron will risk the ire of his European counterparts today, attempting to further dent the chances of lead candidate Jean-Claude Juncker.