Daily Mail Inquiry into 'Knox guilty' blunder
By Press Gazette - 05 October 15:36

The papers' mix up in the Amanda Knox trial.

Peter Oborne vs"that idiot in Brussels"
By George Eaton - 29 September 12:48

Watch last night's Newsnight EU row in full.

This is no time to give up on the euro
By Oliver Kamm - 29 September 12:37

All the signs of the eurozone crisis are that quite soon there will be just two currencies still in

Pimco predicts low growth rates for Britain and the Eurozone
By Sella Oneko - 28 September 18:59

Bond giant predicts slow European growth

Austrian hackers publish police data
By Sella Oneko - 28 September 18:59

A group of Austrian hackers release police data in protest against privacy bill

EC proposes financial transaction tax
By Nilpa Shah - 28 September 13:41

The European Commission has announced its proposal to impose a financial transaction tax on all EU m

Mosley fails in European Court privacy appeal
By Andrew Pugh - 27 September 15:48

The ECHR has rejected Max Mosley's appeal to tighten privacy laws in the UK following the publicatio

European bank shares rise slightly in reaction to eurozone rescue plan
By Jenny Greenwell - 26 September 14:42

The drastic rescue plan by the IMF may include a 50 per cent write down of Greek debt

IMF and EU set for talks
By James Maxwell - 26 September 13:39

European Financial Stability fund may be quadrupled in order to rescue the eurozone.

A crisis has come, so it’s time for Cameron to bang on about Europe
By Rafael Behr - 15 September 9:09

The European crisis demands a fuller response than Cameron has given but he is cautious with good re

Swedish carmaker Saab is forced to file for bankruptcy protection
By Nilpa Shah - 07 September 17:22

Saab finds itself in financial trouble and is forced to take action in the face of potential bankrup

Switzerland rejects its floating exchange rate as value of the franc tumbles
By Nilpa Shah - 07 September 13:46

The SNB continues its rescue-mission of the Swiss economy as the market experiences a dramatic fall

A fall in confidence that could end in double dip
By David Blanchflower - 30 August 17:09

The Chancellor can no longer sit idly by.

Contesting Democracy: Political Ideas in 20th-Century Europe
By David Marquand - 22 August 1:00

Europe’s struggle for popular sovereignty.

The Week So Far
By Staff blogger - 22 August 1:00

1. Europe

Germany holds the key to the euro's future
By Ben Fox - 08 August 17:55

Angela Merkel is the most powerful and most vulnerable player in the debt crisis.

Norway: the mourning after
By Simon Reid-Henry - 01 August 1:00

After Friday’s massacre, Norwegians vowed to “hold one another near”, rather than seeking scapegoats

Heard the one about the minaret that turned into a missile?
By Andreas Malm - 01 August 1:00

False claims about strangers — and Muslims in particular — are fuelling the rise of Islamophobia acr

Fear and loathing
By Daniel Trilling - 01 August 1:00

The use of far-right rhetoric is growing among mainstream politicians.

Leader: The Norwegian way
By Staff blogger - 28 July 9:17

Our answer," said Norway's prime minister, Jens Stoltenberg, in response to the horrific attacks of 22 July, "is more democracy, more openness and more humanity. But never naivety".

Anders Breivik is not a madman
By Guy Walters - 27 July 11:55

Dismissing the killer simply as "nuts" ignores future threats.

The attacks in Norway weren't an attack on us all
By Dan Hodges - 24 July 11:53

We should not turn Norway's shattered buildings and shrouded bodies into a party political broadcast

Norway's deadliest tragedy
By George Eaton - 23 July 10:58

Death toll rises to 91 as police discover more victims of Norwegian gunman.

Greek bailout sets Europe on collision course with Tories
By Rafael Behr - 22 July 18:31

There's an aspect of the eurozone crisis that has yet to register with the British public.

Norwegian chaos
By Tess Riley - 22 July 17:58

Seven confirmed dead in a massive explosion in Norway’s capital. Shootings just outside Oslo also re

Oligarch, reinvented
By Sophie Elmhirst - 01 July 11:48

Evgeny Lebedev, son of a billionaire, owns newspapers, restaurants and a mansion near London. He bel

The feeling on the street is that Greek society is crumbling at the edges
By Paul Mason - 27 June 1:00

Paul Mason, economics editor of BBC2’s <em>Newsnight</em>, presents an eyewitness report from Athens

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