A teenage gunman murdered nine people in Munich on Friday night.
At a time when the Prime Minister is under intense pressure over Europe, the British government is facing a heavy surcharge.
Why are we intent on fixing our lens on the chaotic? And why do we insist on trying to weave a grand narrative out of mostly unrelated things? asks the US Ambassador to Britain.
Ukip may have contaminated the eurosceptic brand, but there are other factors at play.
This week, David Cameron will meet fellow European leaders to try and conclude fraught negotiations over EU strategy on energy and climate change.
The government’s stance on immigration is a source of much shame for many MEPs in Europe.
A recent spate of biopics focused on the cultural icons of France’s prosperous decades after World War Two prompt the question: what is it about those years that keeps French cinema harking back to them?
"No, I am your prospective elected representative."
Since April this year 5,000 unaccompanied children have arrived in the small Sicilian town of Augusta, fleeing war and poverty in north Africa.
Following on from the global success of A History of the World in 100 Objects, Neil MacGregor is back with a new 30-part series.
The Chancellor says that a vote on Britain's EU membership would be unwhipped for Conservative backbench MPs.
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