Keyword: David Cameron

Sarkozy crows but no sunrise for the euro

A week on, it is clear the ultimate crisis summit delivered little to end the onslaught on the euro, writes The Times' Brussels correspondent.

Why Europe needs an FDR

Under Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel, all Europe can look forward to is years of unemployment and falling living standards, argues Neil Clark.

Sarkozy says Cameron has created 'two Europes'

French president claimed he and German Chancellor Angela Merkel did everything possible to convince UK to sign the EU deal to tackle debt crisis.

French ministers begin open attacks on British EU veto

French ministers begin open slamming of Britain's use of its veto at an EU summit on Friday, ahead of David Cameron's much-awaited parliamentary speech.

Did Nicolas Sarkozy snub David Cameron's handshake at EU treaty summit?

The Daily Telegraph asks whether French President Nicolas Sarkozy really did snub a handshake with UK Prime Minister David Cameron in Brussels.

Eurozone leaders line up against Cameron in battle to save euro

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel ready to exclude UK from euro deal if David Cameron seeks to veto proposals.

Cameron and Sarkozy in Paris talks on eurozone crisis

The French and British leaders held talks to discuss the debt crsisis ahead of a crucial meeting in Brussels next week on the future shape of the EU.

Cameron and Sarkozy to meet Friday for eurozone talks in Paris

UK Prime Minister David Cameron is to meet French President Nicolas Sarkozy in Paris on Friday for talks centred on the eurozone crisis.

Daily Mail: Sarkozy tirade against Cameron suggests he knows that he, and France, are in serious trouble

Daily Mail columnist Simon Heffer says Sarkozy outburst at Cameron follows a mounting sense of failure and a diminishing reputation.

Cameron and Sarkozy in Tripoli to Meet New Libyan Leaders

UK Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy pay joint day-visit to Libya, pledging continued support for new leaders.