Greece debt crisis

Greece debt crisis

Athens has caved in to an ultimatum from its creditors and agreed to rush through long-resisted economic reforms in a bid to stay in the eurozone

Britain in Europe

David Cameron is under pressure from all sides and faces a delicate balancing act in attempting to renegotiate an acceptable UK membership settlement with the EU

Cyber insecurity

As cyber attacks spiral the FT explores the inherent risks for governments, employees, the financial system and companies

The New Oil Order

How the energy landscape could be reconfigured by the dramatic slump in crude prices

Eurozone in crisis

Sovereign bond yields have fallen sharply since 2012, but many fear the bloc is heading for a period of slow growth and low inflation

Europe’s migration crisis

Migrants will risk all crossing the Mediterranean in ramshackle boats for a better life in the EU

Climate Change

In December Paris will host the biggest UN talks on tackling global warming since the ill-fated Copenhagen summit in 2009

The Austerity State

The Financial Times has conducted a ground-breaking analysis of local council spending data, to examine how austerity-driven cuts are changing Britain