On yesterday's French legislative elections.
A deft piece of courtroom theatre in the Breivik trial.
If Osborne fails to secure "safeguards" for the City of London, Britain's membership will be in doubt.
Far-right politician faces arrest after assault of Communist Party member on talk-show.
Britain's place in Europe needs to be resolved.
The party must take a position on a referendum now.
On foreign policy, the French president is proving skilful and radical.
WikiLeaks founder will return to Sweden to face charges of sexual assault.
Stereotypes and untruths are everywhere, but this economic crisis is not self-inflicted.
Fears of a Greek exit push costs higher.
Within a decade, Britain will hold a referendum on membership of the European Union – and the Yes ca
He is the first Socialist to hold the role in twenty years.
0.5 per cent growth recorded in the first quarter.
In 1981, I was there at la Bastille as François Mitterrand won control of the Élysée after 25 years of unbroken right-wing rule.
As the polls began to close at about seven o’clock on Sunday evening, there was a distinctly weird atmosphere in the streets of Paris. It was about then that you could sense François Hollande had made it at last.
The success of the Pirate Party and Italian comedian Beppe Grillo is symptomatic of our times.
Europe will turn to angry nationalisms unless an alternative to austerity is found.
Golden Dawn's ugly press conference.
The coalition of the radical left leads the second round of talks.
Voters rejected austerity and they rejected the political establishment.
Voters have punished incumbents of every stripe for hard times.
A political consensus shattered.
Sarkozy's vulgar desire to party put a curse on his presidency.
Relief at the end of Breivik’s testimony was short-lived
The mass murderer said that the song "Children of the Rainbow" was a Marxist brainwashing tool.
It’s been quite a month for the populist right in Europe: Marine Le Pen, the Front National (FN) candidate in the French presidential elections, took 17.9 per cent of the vote in the first round; Geert Wilders of the Party for Freedom (PVV) brought down the Dutch government, forcing new election
Television has exposed the mass murderer for who he really is.
Exit polls put Socialist candidate ahead of Sarkozy as support for Le Pen surges.