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

John Grisham: ‘We deserve better leaders than we’ve got’ – video interview

As his latest legal blockbuster, The Litigators, is published, John Grisham talks to Guardian columnist and thriller writer Jonathan Freedland about the discipline of writing, the frustrations of golf, his admiration for John le Carré’s The Little Drummer Girl (‘a masterpiece’), and the nastiness of US politics

What is multiculturalism?

David Cameron and Angela Merkel have both announced the failure of multiculturalism. The Guardian’s Jonathan Freedland and Matthias Matussek of Der Spiegel talk about the implications of their statements

The year in politics

From the election to the student protests, Guardian columnists relive the highs and lows of UK politics in 2010

Secretary of state speculation