Europe’s Jews need this union

There's one number you won't find in the torrent of opinion polls unleashed by David Cameron's European summit veto. You can find the verdicts of men aged between 18 and 24 or of women in social class C2 - but if you're looking for the attitudes of Br...

Published by: The Jewish Chronicle

Jonathan Freedland on the UK eurozone treaty veto

Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland gives his reaction to the UK’s rejection of the eurozone treaty, the reasons that prime minister David Cameron used his veto, and how it affects the rest of Europe. Despite Cameron’s veto, the other 26 EU countries all decided to consider the treaty, leaving Britain alone and facing European isolation