By Vicky Pryce - 19 September 08:09
Vicky Pryce on UKIP's respectable friends and Prisonomics.
By Andrew Gimson - 19 September 08:07
As she faces re-election, the signs are that Angela Merkel’s commitment to the euro stretches only so far as the maths continue to work for Germany. Andrew Gimson on the roots of a genial but ruthlessly pragmatic politician.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 30 October 10:25
There is nothing pro-European about a government sworn on suppressing freedom of speech.
By Alex Hern - 30 October 10:16
Europe isn't out of the storm yet.
By Andrew Gamble - 08 October 04:07
A successful fiscal union, as supported by Cameron, would force the party to choose between re-engagement and isolation.
By Rafael Behr - 18 May 01:07
The Prime Minister knows Britain is economically dependent on the eurozone, but he finds emerging ma
By Samira Shackle - 18 May 09:31
Blame-shifting may be politically expedient, but burning bridges with the eurozone is not going to h
By Kitty Ussher - 16 May 02:31
The apparent beauty of the way the euro was designed was that there was no way out written into the legislation.
By Petros Fassoulas - 07 May 11:38
A political consensus shattered.