Ed Miliband is under increasing pressure to back an in/out referendum on Britain’s EU membership, after a survey showed more Labour supporters are in favour of a vote on Europe than against it.
This has been an unusual year for the global economy, characterised by a series of unanticipated economic, geopolitical, and market shifts – and the final quarter is likely to be no different.
The chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp has written to the European commission calling Google a "platform for piracy" and demanding action.
France has admitted it will overshoot the EU's 3% budget deficit target this year, putting the eurozone's second-biggest economy on a collision course with Brussels.
The UK government has been met with a frosty reception in its attempt to overturn a cap on bankers’ bonuses enforced by the European Union, with Europe’s highest court accusing lawyers for the Treasury of being inconsistent.
In a surprise move, the European Commission is reopening its four-year antitrust investigation into Google’s search and advertising business - and could open a separate one into its Android mobile operating system.
Banks seeking to circumvent the EU's cap on bonuses for top staff could face further action from European regulators, a senior official has warned.
The Treasury is to clash with the European Union in a last-ditch effort to overturn a draconian cap on bankers’ bonuses, arguing in Europe’s top court that rules limiting rewards are an unjustified intrusion.
David Cameron has told European leaders that the west risks making similar mistakes in appeasing Vladimir Putin over Ukraine as Britain and France did with Adolf Hitler in the run-up to the second world war.
The global economy is divided at the moment into the good, the bad and the ugly. Two of the most populous nations can claim to be good.
The City of London, a banking powerhouse and playground for Russia’s rich, will likely bear the brunt of Europe’s concerted efforts to punish Putin.
Within the salons of the Elysée Palace, along the corridors of the European parliament and under the glass dome of the Reichstag, Old Europe is preparing for a new war.