Wednesday 7 December 2011
David Cameron has come under increased pressure from his own party to promise a referendum on any new EU Treaty designed to save the euro.
The prime minister said he would fight for the UK national interest at a summit in Brussels this week.
On tonight's programme we look at Mr Cameron's stance towards Europe, and the Conservative party's rocky history with the issue.
Also, our Economics editor Paul Mason asks what contingency plans the UK should have to deal with any worsening of the crisis.
Plus, in the light of a survey which suggests that Britons are less willing than ever to pay higher taxes to support the National Health Service, schools or the environment, is the UK moving more towards an attitude of individual responsibility?
All that and more with Jeremy at the slightly later time of 2240.