Calais crisis stirs debate on migration

Opinion polls find support still strong for Britain to stay in EU

Brussels to probe FedEx-TNT deal

European Commission says proposed takeover could push up prices

Eurozone remains on the edge of deflation

Inflation steady at 0.2% but falling commodity prices still weigh

Cameron should stand up to the eurozone

UK business worries euro countries could impose their will on the whole EU, writes Charles Grant

Schäuble plan limits EU Commission powers

German proposal is response to EU body’s political shift

Tsipras faces challenge from Syriza members

Hardline faction of ruling party prepares for showdown

Belgians seek €7.2bn tax change boost

Employer healthcare contributions cut to improve job creation

Irish Ambassador Daniel Mulhall Photograph: Rosie Hallam

Cameron eyes Irish path from EU impasse

Postdated treaty change solved Dublin’s Europe dilemma in 2009

Disneyland Paris faces Brussels probe

Theme park accused of overcharging British and German visitors

Let debtors exit euro, say German experts

Move should be option of last resort, says council of ‘wise men’

EU seeks more Iran links with neighbours

Diplomats aim for improved regional security after nuclear deal

Cameron replaces business advisory board

New executive group to assist No 10 in run-up to EU referendum

Varoufakis defends ‘Plan B’ tax hack

Greek opposition fury over parallel payments scheme

Varoufakis unplugged: The transcript

Greek finance minister’s Plan B on tape

Britain should make an ally of its ancient rival

Cameron will need French consent to strike an EU deal

The EU must avoid a rupture with Berlin

European reforms must address Germany’s fears, writes Marcel Fratzscher

ECB urged to use firepower aggressively

Fund warns central bankers that Greece could still flare up as a crisis point for eurozone

Osborne faces diplomatic test in Paris

Chancellor tries to persuade French to back Britain’s EU reforms

Bailout monitors raise doubts over Greece

Negotiators point to differences that remain with Athens

Concerns grow over EU digital rules targets

US secretary of commerce questions Brussels’ motives

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