Moody’s downgrades Spain's credit rating by two notches.
How centrist will the French Socialist candidate be?
Like most of the occupations around the world today, Madrid's Puerta del Sol is peaceful.
Plans to resolve the eurozone crisis are on edge as Slovakia votes.
Merkel and Sarkozy will reveal a plan for the Eurozone by the end of the month.
The papers' mix up in the Amanda Knox trial.
Watch last night's Newsnight EU row in full.
All the signs of the eurozone crisis are that quite soon there will be just two currencies still in
Bond giant predicts slow European growth
A group of Austrian hackers release police data in protest against privacy bill
The European Commission has announced its proposal to impose a financial transaction tax on all EU m
The ECHR has rejected Max Mosley's appeal to tighten privacy laws in the UK following the publicatio
The drastic rescue plan by the IMF may include a 50 per cent write down of Greek debt
European Financial Stability fund may be quadrupled in order to rescue the eurozone.
The European crisis demands a fuller response than Cameron has given but he is cautious with good re
Saab finds itself in financial trouble and is forced to take action in the face of potential bankrup
The SNB continues its rescue-mission of the Swiss economy as the market experiences a dramatic fall
The Chancellor can no longer sit idly by.
Europe’s struggle for popular sovereignty.
Angela Merkel is the most powerful and most vulnerable player in the debt crisis.
False claims about strangers — and Muslims in particular — are fuelling the rise of Islamophobia acr
The use of far-right rhetoric is growing among mainstream politicians.
After Friday’s massacre, Norwegians vowed to “hold one another near”, rather than seeking scapegoats
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".
Dismissing the killer simply as "nuts" ignores future threats.