16:25 UK time, Friday, 17 May 2013
UK Prime Minister David Cameron's proposal to re-negotiate the terms of its EU membership will meet stiff opposition in the eurozone, the BBC's Gavin Hewitt writes.
France's President Hollande says recession is "threatening the very identity of Europe", speaking at a televised news conference.
Dozens of UK MPs back a motion "expressing regret" that plans for an EU membership referendum were not included in the government's plans for the year ahead.
EU's green subsidy plan runs into deeper trouble
French and German differences increasing, survey suggests
Why Malta reckons it can weather the eurozone storms
Anti-establishment parties challenge EU politics
Is the EU moving away from austerity?
How EU drove change in Croatia - and is now within reach
Norway pays high price for close ties with EU
What does the future hold for Cyprus?
Romanians reject British 'scrounger' stereotype
Are Germany and Poland the EU's future power couple?
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