Atlas strains to hold sky over Italy banks

The €4.25bn fund has not proved to be the hoped-for silver bullet

UK wins exemption from EU asylum rules

Brussels unveils proposal to rewrite existing Dublin system

Hollande woos disaffected to survive

Economic recovery offers France’s unpopular president a glimmer of hope

Pegida founder ruled guilty of racism

Bachmann fined €9,600 over Facebook posts but avoids jail

Cameron bows to child refugees pressure

Hundreds of unaccompanied youngsters in camps to be allowed into UK

A Eurostar train near Rochester, Kent

UK paid price for quick Eurostar sale

Political expediency may have dictated the sale. Financial common sense certainly did not

Cigarette packaging rules upheld by ECJ

Tobacco companies must cover two-thirds of box with health warnings

Niger asks EU for €1bn to stem migrant flow

State becomes staging post for thousands heading for Libya

Tentative upturn in the eurozone economy

Given huge disparities in the bloc, this is no time for more austerity

Magnitsky fraud cash laundered, MPs hear

Fund manager seeks inquiry into alleged ‘Russian dirty money’

Peer seeks foster parents for refugees

Government may make U-turn over opposing Lord Dubs’ plan

Eurozone growth contradiction explained

Yawning output gap is one reason why inflation remains so weak

Volunteers embrace the Jungle way of life

Notebook: The French state has been slow to act in the migrant camp, writes Adam Thomson

Spain calls repeat election for June

Old divisions and rivalries blamed for failure to find common ground after 135 days of talks

Human rights blow to Turkey’s visa hopes

Ankara falls short of EU standards with terrorism and organised crime laws

Eurozone inflation forecasts downgraded

European Commission blames low oil prices and global economic weakness

EU states face charge for refusing refugees

Brussels proposal to make countries pay €250,000 per migrant

Davutoglu stakes future on EU visa deal

PM’s initiative fuels talk of a rift with President Erdogan

Germany seeks progress on European army

Paper advocates joint HQ and shared military assets

Brexit ‘could boost eurozone GDP’

Financial activity would relocate, says leading French economist

Draghi returns fire over Berlin criticism

ECB chief points finger at high-saving Germans in rates row

Sovereign risk system needs reforming

Dutch EU presidency proposes more realistic risk weights

Activist challenges ‘ad blocker blockers’

Alexander Hanff to lodge complaints with regulators against companies defeating anti-pop-up software

Ireland’s Remain backers tout benefits

Many British expats support staying in the EU

Brussels plans visa-free travel for Turks

Ankara still needs to meet several politically explosive reform conditions within weeks

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