Cameron calls on the eurozone to use 'everything' to resolve debt crisis
David Cameron has called on the institutions of the eurozone to use "everything they've got" to resolve the debt crisis.
The prime minister, who has been meeting President Sarkozy in Paris, also says he will defend Britain's interests if any European treaties are rewritten.
Earlier the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, said work had begun on the closer integration of tax and spending polices within the eurozone.
Gavin Hewitt reports.
02 Dec 2011