Find out what the Lisbon Treaty will mean for the UK.
Why the Lisbon Treaty matters
For an explanation of how the Lisbon Treaty changes the existing EU Treaties, see our guide:The Amended EU Treaties - See for Yourself Read the Consolidated text of the EU Treaties
The 11th January marks the inauguration of Liverpool as the European City of Culture 2008. With over 350 events planned throughout the year, this festival of culture and creativity has something for everyone.
Minister for Europe, Jim Murphy MP, is writing in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office blog. Jim wants to hear your views on how the EU is doing, and to encourage discussion on European issues.
Debate on Justice and Home Affairs in the Lisbon Treaty (29/01/08)
On Tuesday 29th January, MPs debated the EU (Amendment) Bill, focusing on justice and security aspects of the Lisbon Treaty. Read some of the myths - and facts - about Justice and Home Affairs in the Lisbon Treaty.
Carbon emissions proposals from EU Commission (23/01/08)
The Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, has commented on today's proposals on carbon emissions from the EU Commission.
Ministers back Lisbon Treaty (21/01/08)
The Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, and the Europe Minister, Jim Murphy, explained in weekend media interviews (Sunday 20 January) why the Government supports the Lisbon Treaty, which starts its Parliamentary scrutiny today.
Celebrating Slovenia's EU Presidency (15/01/08)
On 15 January, the Minister for Europe, Jim Murphy MP and the Slovenian Ambassador, HE Iztok Mirosic, jointly hosted a reception at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to celebrate the start of Slovenia's Presidency of the European Union.
Europe: a wealth of opportunities for British Business (14/01/08)
John Hutton, Secretary of State for Business, Foreign Secretary David Miliband and Prime Minister Gordon Brown gave speeches at the 'Beyond the Treaty of Lisbon: Business priorities for a Global Europe conference, on 14 January 2007.