Brussels seeks EU-wide corporate tax base

Reform would need support from all 28 member countries

EU economies to expand after 2008 crisis

Central and eastern states will outperform other economies

Blair to step down as Middle East envoy

Former UK premier had poor relations with Palestinian Authority

Finns name eurosceptic as foreign minister

True Finns leader has railed against bailouts

Miigrants being rescued from the Med this weekend

EU to spend €240m sharing asylum seekers

Brussels explains plan for thousands of migrants

UK government to delay Bill of Rights

Queen’s Speech to include fast-track plan for EU referendum

Europe FDI surges over a third, poll says

Region pulls further ahead of China as global flows fall 8%

Athens and Berlin try to ease default fear

Varoufakis says he expects IMF loan deadline to be met

Amazon tax probe to go ahead, EU warns

Decision to report sales will have no bearing on inquiry

Duda’s agenda: Poland’s new president

From Germany and the EU to defence and the economy

Cameron warned not to rush EU referendum

Early vote would not leave time for European reform

Tsipras wins backing over bailout talks

Greek leader still faces opposition from hardline faction in coalition

TUC warns EU renegotiation may backfire

Frances O’Grady says diluting workers’ rights will hit ‘Yes’ vote

Cameron, Europe and the hand of history

Britain has always attempted to be both a European and a global power

EU turns up heat on cheap steel imports

Glut from China and Russia sparks growing protectionism

Duda presidential victory stuns Poland

Win may lead to shift in country’s ties with EU and Berlin

Polish voters oust president in run-off

Komorowski concedes to Duda after exit polls

Bank of England faces quiz over ‘Project Bookend’

Treasury committee wants to see Brexit contingency plans

EU to share asylum seekers across bloc

Reforms have met stiff opposition in central and eastern Europe

Greeks threaten default on IMF payment

Government cannot raise enough money to pay pensions and creditors

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