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Cameron gives statement to MPs over EU veto
David Cameron to address MPs at 1530 GMT on the reasons behind his EU veto
Deputy PM Nick Clegg says the decision was "bad for Britain"
Labour say Mr Cameron mishandled the negotiations and has left Britain isolated
Cameron's EU veto: Reports and reaction
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on the New Statesman website,
simple guide to the EU deal on the debt crisis
Cameron faces Commons blog
Mehdi Hasan asks: "What is the point of the Liberal Democrats?"
our guide to the stance taken by the 27 members of the EU over the Euro.
Britain "may yet find it can attract refugees from the eurozone to its banner".
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Wall Street Journal,
Economists at Standard Chartered bank have issused a gloomy forecast
The Spectator's web editor Peter Hoskin describes this as one of the most tense periods for the coalition government.
BBC business editor Robert Peston in his latest blog entry.
"blundering" into altering the UK's relationship with the EU,
German newspaper Der Spiegel says
David Cameron could have done anything other than walk away from a new EU treaty.
"blinded by a fanatical obsession with the EU",
his latest blog entry,
"Although they don't admit it, the hardliners see his veto as just the start of a process leading to Britain's EU exit," he writes.
The BBC's Joe Lynam considers this question.
The Guardian is worried about the big picture
The Daily Telegraph, meanwhile, focuses on fallout closer to home,
this BBC interview,
our guide to his decision and its ramifications.