President Hollande said this wasn't the place or the time to discuss David Cameron's concerns. But that, on the fringes of this summit, is what David Cameron did.
David Cameron chose the west London borough of Ealing to launch the government's latest crackdown on illegal immigrants.
David Cameron plans to remind EU leaders that nearly 4 million British voters backed Ukip. He thinks some EU countries under-estimate the British desire to move from the status quo in Europe.
The Conservatives announce another immigration crackdown - on the same day new figures show they are still missing their net migration target.
Cameron is in Riga today to meet his fellow EU leaders for the first time since the election, but the focus won't be on his party's now mandated plans for renegotiation.
David Cameron announces the government will combat "poisonous Islamist extremist ideology" by banning organisations and clamping down on those seeking to radicalise young people.
I'm not sure whether blue-collar workers do a lot of desk banging when they welcome people into the room, but that's how Tory ministers decided to welcome David Cameron into the Cabinet room for his
Plans to force European Union member states to receive a "fair" share of refugees seeking asylum in Europe are to be fought by the UK, in favour of deploying gunships to tackle trafficking gangs.