The former allies clashed in Britain's House of Commons on Monday.
Agreement fires starting gun on British Membership Referendum
For those who want Britain to stay in, the battle is now on.
The European Council President will tomorrow set out new terms on Britain's EU membership.
In the Brexit debate, as in Hollywood, nobody knows anything.
Richard Dowling and Cormac Gollogly are the first gay couple to marry in Ireland.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras spent the day with his cabinet drafting a last-ditch package of tax rises, pension reforms and economic liberalization measures.
The Eurogroup of euro zone finance ministers will hold a conference call early on Wednesday.
Latvia, Ireland, Spain, Portugal and Slovakia endured austerity and are in no mood to allow Greece off the hook.
Tsipras said negotiations would continue for a better deal with international creditors after the vote.
The poll put the 'Yes' camp on 44.8 percent against 43.4 percent for the 'No' vote.
A poll published in March found that 74 percent of Irish citizens supported same-sex marriage.
Angela Merkel may be Ed Miliband's next ally as he criticises David Cameron's approach to the European Union.
Le Pen has spoken out before about her support of Russia's annexation of Crimea.
The Front National leader made the pledge during an interview with a Greek TV channel.
Manchester Council leader Richard Leese has criticized the extent of today's Scottish Bill.
The SNP have accused Ukip of intolerance after their chairman warned the SNP is returning to '1930s fascism'
Nicola Sturgeon vowed to "start the business of redressing gender balance"
Report gives detailed accounts of harassment by pro-Russian militias of Ukrainian media, anti-Russian activists and Muslim minorities
Hackers have targeted pro-independence campaign sites and local Catalan government web pages, while crank calls have kept organiser's line busy
"We have earned the right to a referendum," said Catalan leader Artur Mas, after two million people voted for independence from Spain
The Spanish state adviser backed a veto of a watered-down Catalan vote, making it likely the government will try and have the planned "consultation of citizens" blocked by the courts