David Cameron is set to be grilled by MPs in the Commons later over his failed bid to stop Jean-Claude Juncker being chosen as the next president of the European Commission.
The Prime Minister has faced criticism of his negotiating tactics after he proved unable to block Mr Juncker's nomination to the crucial post on Friday.
Tories have insisted he is set to receive "amazing support" from his backbenchers over the position he took.
However, he is likely to get a rougher ride in the Commons from Labour, whose shadow chancellor Ed Balls has branded the failed negotiations a "catastrophe" for Britain.
Writing in The Daily Telegraph today, Cameron has insisted he can still secure reforms to Britain's relationship with Europe, saying: "I am ready to move on and keep fighting for Britain's interests in Europe."
It should be no surprise that David Cameron failed to stop such a long-standing EU figure being nominated as European Commission president.
The PM's friends in Europe are bewildered that he would rather go down in flames than try for the best deal possible in the circumstances.
David Cameron is cruising for Euro-bruising over the election of Jean-Claude Jucker