The government has rebutted accusations that a vast free trade deal being negotiated between the EU and the US will act as a cover to privatise the NHS while also watering down food standards and banking regulations.
David Cameron has been told in private by Tory Eurosceptics that the Conservative party will split in half after the general election if he fails to renegotiate Britain's EU membership terms to a Common Market-style trade-only deal.
Fears that the eurozone could tip into outright deflation have been fanned as the inflation rate in the currency bloc hit a new five-year low of 0.3%.
Licking ice-creams in the late August sun as the waves lapped in, locals and day-trippers at Clacton-on-Sea's historic seafront were blissfully indifferent on Thursday to the political and media frenzy surrounding the defection to Ukip of the constituency's Tory MP, Douglas Carswell.
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Britain's economy powered on in the second quarter, recording its strongest growth since before the financial crisis, but economists warned the pressure was on UK consumers and businesses to sustain the recovery amid the threat of a triple-dip recession in the eurozone.
Want to understand what's happening in the eurozone? Then think back a couple of years to the early years of the UK's coalition government.
Just streets away from Madrid's only three-Michelin-starred restaurant, peeling buildings in the city's Tetuán neighbourhood have been plastered with posters featuring the faces of five women.
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.
Nigel Farage is facing fresh questions over his European expenses after he admitted that an office for which he claimed more than £205,000 from the taxpayer was provided to him free of charge by a Ukip supporter.
David Cameron may consider Angela Merkel his key ally in the battle to claw back powers from the EU, but a new study shows that the two countries mostly find themselves at cross purposes in the backrooms of Brussels.
Bonus curb workarounds being developed by banks from HSBC to Lloyds Banking Group will be scrutinized by European Union regulators for possible breaches of the bloc’s rules.