The new Labour leader said he will deny David Cameron a "blank cheque" in Brussels.
Cameron has insisted that the UK is 'taking action', but other European countries disagree.
With the far-left Jeremy Corbyn due to win, the race shows a party woefully short of ideas.
Labour frontrunner said he would pilot scheme if supported by women
Labour leadership candidate responds to Jewish newspaper's questions on his alleged links to anti-Semites.
New inquiry has drawn most of its staff from the Home Office and other government offices.
Cameron says Scots "emphatically" rejected independence last year.
Douglas Alexander and Gordon Brown's former seats have fallen to the SNP
The last three exit polls have shown high degrees of accuracy in past general elections.
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Cameron gave an interview on Monday in which he said he wouldn't seek a third term as prime minister.
Polls suggest Scottish National Party could form third biggest party in UK Parliament after May 7 election.
Theresa May announced plans to combat non-violent extremism, but campaigners condemned lack of action.
The Office for Budget Responsibility has warned of the proposed changes to public spending.
Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Indepedence Party and an MEP since 1999, is running for election in South Thanet.
In a heated exchange, Ed Miliband said David Cameron was making "pathetic, feeble excuses".
Three Labour candidates have now rejected their share of £100,000 Tony Blair donated to the Labour campaign.
David Cameron reiterated his refusal to attend the debates, despite broadcasters saying they would go ahead without him.
Stopping free movement of peoples incompatible with UK staying in EU, says MEP.
Nigel Farage said that he would no longer be focusing on creating a definitive 'cap' for immigration numbers.
The Ukip leader spoke at a right-wing gathering but didn't manage to pull in the crowds.
George Osborne, who oversees the tax agency, said a criminal investigation into HSBC was not within his remit.
House of Lords report criticises EU member states for 'being taken by surprise' by crisis
Alan Johnson also said that Ed Miliband should articulate the need for greater economic equality in Britain.
The Conservative party held a fundraiser this week where some tickets cost more than a minimum wage salary.
Lowell Goddard is the third person to head the inquiry after the previous two were forced to quit.
IFS director Paul Johnson said the promise wasn't realistic.