Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron is heading for Berlin for talks today after meeting France’s President on his first foreign trip since taking office.
The crisis affecting the euro is expected to dominate.
Yesterday, David Cameron repated that his country would not be joining the single curency but said a strong and stable Euro was in everyone’s interest.
The Conservatives are sceptical about the EU and have a history of tense relations with Euro-enthuasiasts France and Germany, but Cameron insists he wants good, constructive ties with Britain’s European partners.
The talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel are likely to cover a broad range of issues, raning from Iran, Afghanistan and climate change.
We’ll have live coverage of their joint news conference this afternoon.