Cameron rejects 'humiliated' claim
David Cameron has suffered "utter humiliation" over the nomination of Jean-Claude Juncker as European Commission president, Ed Miliband has claimed.
The Labour leader told MPs the PM's renegotiation strategy for the UK in Europe was now "in tatters".
But the prime minister insisted he would work with Mr Juncker despite his opposition to him.
He accused Mr Miliband of being "opportunistic and wrong".
James Landale reports.
- From the section UK Politics