EU Subsidies Lost: Cameron Hijacks Summit with Rebate Spat

EU Subsidies Lost: Cameron Hijacks Summit with Rebate Spat

SPIEGEL ONLINE - June 28, 2013

The European Union summit on Thursday night was supposed to be a demonstration of European harmony -- until British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived. He insisted that the UK budget rebate go untouched, launching hours of pointless debate. By Carsten Volkery in Brussels more... Comment ]

Disunited Kingdom: Crisis Leaves Britain Deeply Fractured

Disunited Kingdom: Crisis Leaves Britain Deeply Fractured

SPIEGEL ONLINE - June 20, 2013

The economic crisis has caused the United Kingdom to drift apart, creating ever-widening rifts between rich and poor, native and immigrant, English and Scot. With the anti-Europe UKIP party on the rise, Great Britain stands at a crossroads. By Christoph Scheuermann more... Comment ]

Blood in London: Vicious Attack Seen as Possible Act of Terror

Blood in London: Vicious Attack Seen as Possible Act of Terror

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 23, 2013

Authorities are treating the brutal attack in broad daylight on Wednesday afternoon as an act of Islamist terror, with Prime Minister David Cameron meeting with top security officials on Thursday morning. Investigators are looking into a possible Nigeria connection. By Carsten Volkery in London more... Comment ]

Uniquely Poor Management: Report Skewers Top EU Diplomat Ashton

Uniquely Poor Management: Report Skewers Top EU Diplomat Ashton

SPIEGEL ONLINE - April 23, 2013

Catherine Ashton, Europe's top diplomat, has failed to provide the clout her office requires, a report by the European Parliament has concluded. Her successors are already jockeying for a position in the race to snag the EU's most important foreign policy post. By Christoph Schult more... Comment ]

Referendum Reactions: Cameron Faces Heat from Continent

Referendum Reactions: Cameron Faces Heat from Continent

SPIEGEL ONLINE - January 24, 2013

In calling for a British referendum on EU membership, Prime Minister Cameron thought he might get some support from reform-minded partners on the Continent. But the praise has been almost non-existent, and Cameron is feeling the heat. By Carsten Volkery in London more... Comment ]

The World from Berlin: 'It Would Be Wrong to Give Cameron the Cold Shoulder'

The World from Berlin: 'It Would Be Wrong to Give Cameron the Cold Shoulder'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - January 24, 2013

In their take on Prime Minister David Cameron's speech on Wednesday and his decision to hold a referendum by 2017 on Britain's future EU membership, commentators at major German papers argue that some of his reasoning isn't wrong and call for the Europe to keep Britain at the table. more...

Cameron's Speech: 'The Danger Is that Europe Will Fail'

Cameron's Speech: 'The Danger Is that Europe Will Fail'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - January 23, 2013

Read the full text of British Prime Minister David Cameron's Wednesday speech on his country's plan to hold a referendum on the future of its membership in the European Union. more... Comment ]

EU Speech: Cameron Says Britain to Hold 'In or Out' Referendum in 2017

EU Speech: Cameron Says Britain to Hold 'In or Out' Referendum in 2017

SPIEGEL ONLINE - January 23, 2013

In a sweeping address on Britain's future role in Europe, British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday said his country would hold a referendum on EU membership in 2017. Without reform, he has warned, Britain may choose another path. more... Comment ]

Mixed Messages: Poll Shows Growing Support for Europe in UK

Mixed Messages: Poll Shows Growing Support for Europe in UK

SPIEGEL ONLINE - January 18, 2013

Excerpts of British Prime Minister David Cameron's postponed speech show that he would have focused on "increasing" frustration in his country over the EU. But the comments come as a new report indicates that support for Europe in Britain is growing. more...

Isolation Fears: 'Cameron's Problems with the EU Are Just Starting'

Isolation Fears: 'Cameron's Problems with the EU Are Just Starting'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - January 17, 2013

Both those who support and oppose Britain's membership in the EU are putting pressure on the country's prime minister ahead of his speech Friday on London's future in Europe. Cameron's party longs for confrontation with Brussels, but its partners abroad warn against isolation. By Carsten Volkery more...