Poland’s president warns of poll risk

Komorowski faces close re-election contest after opponent’s surge

Draghi urges reforms to unlock potential

ECB president says return to prosperity needs government action

Transcript of Arseniy Yatseniuk interview

Edited transcript of the FT’s interview with Ukraine’s prime minister in Kiev on 21 May 2015

Women on verge of Spanish mayoral triumph

Closely watched elections in Barcelona and Madrid

Ireland votes on gay marriage

Support for Yes campaign has declined in run up to referendum

Historic town hall in Coburg
©Lukas Blazek

Bavarian town names road after Nazi

Protesters hit out at move to create ‘street of shame’

Ukraine leader tells EU not to fear Russia

Summit marked by caution over integration with eastern neighbours

IMF predicts upturn for Russian economy

Moscow praised as crisis-fighting measures stabilise currency

French police regroup on the platform after checking a train stopping at the station of Menton for illegal immigrants, Menton, France, 19 May 2015. Menton is the first stop on the line for trains that come into France from the Italian border town of Ventimiglia and every train that comes into the station from Italy (270 trains per week) is held on the platform while teams of police check the entire train for illegal immigrants. The teams estimate that they pick up between 50 and 150 illegal immigrants per day. Their details are processed and they are driven in vans back to the Italian border.

Police and migrants in cat-and-mouse game

Authorities in French town struggle to halt inflow from Italy

French police at Menton station after checking a train for illegal immigrants travelling from the Italian border town of Ventimiglia

France-Italy rail line becomes migration flashpoint

As many as 200,000 are expected to cross the Mediterranean this year

Coal and solar executives clash on climate

Hayward rejects solar as power solution for countries such as India

Russians face ultimate test of loyalties

The educated and wealthy head the queue for a future abroad

Cameron warns of long path to EU reform

PM says resolving ‘British question’ will benefit entire bloc

Paris attacks UK’s EU bank reform opt-out

Dry run in UK push for special treatment within single market

Fischer says euro area can survive crisis

Fed official says monetary union depends on spreading prosperity

Net migration to the UK leaps 52%

Figure of 318,000 is just below the peak reached in 2005

Poland’s success story merits new chapter

Civic Platform struggling to regain power in weekend ballot

Europe has made tragedy a political crisis

Europeans should help; not so long ago, they were the ones desperately asking, says Peter Sutherland

Pro and anti-EU groups rush to organise

Unexpected Conservative election win presents lobby groups with dilemma

National Grid backs closer EU power links

Deals promise cheap wholesale power rates for homes and businesses

Polish candidate to claw back EU powers

Duda wants to recalibrate the country’s relationship with Germany

German train drivers agree to end strike

State-run rail operator Deutsche Bahn begins restoring services

Bank fraud fears rise after reform dispute

London refuses to sign up to European authorities’ new measures

Energy chief says EU coal and gas dying

‘We continue to build big power plants in emerging countries’

Cœuré speech highlights financiers’ links

ECB board member released information to select audience