Q&A: EU’s challenging energy targets

Talks begin in Brussels to agree landmark deal for 2030

All eyes on the ECB as stress tests loom

Sunday will reveal health reports on 130 eurozone banks

British Prime Minster, David Cameron makes his closing speech at the Conservative party conference in Birmingham this afternoon.
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Cameron’s pro-EU comments redacted online

Pledge to campaign “with all my heart” to stay in EU not included

The forces set to overturn the British order

Panic has driven Cameron into a bidding war about the EU and immigrants

Non-EU citizens face complex job constraints

From Jamie Fortescue. Sir, As a Brit working in Brussels I am one of many UK citizens who benefit from the EU Treaty provisions on the free movement of labour

ECB bond-buying plan risks falling short

Investors doubt policy makers can achieve aims

Marshall’s grand plan applies to Ukraine

The west will have to co-operate to stop Putin and should do so now, writes Anders Aslund

Paris defends budget amid EU irritation

PM dismisses speculation that Brussels will demand a review

EU states warn Juncker over trade deal

Trade commissioner’s role in US deal to be shared out

Stakes high for Europe bank stress tests

Good news on key issue of assisting capital-raising

Russia slaps conditions on Ukraine gas

Fears energy stand-off could hit supplies to Europe

EU takes step toward rejecting budgets

France and Italy among five states to be asked for more details

Reform alone is no solution for eurozone

Structural reforms on their own will not generate strong growth

Europe needs will to build energy union

A bitter row between France and Spain exposes the bloc’s inefficiency

Honeywell and DuPont hit by EU antitrust

Collaboration over coolant to meet emissions rules falls foul

EU leans on big banks for bailout fund

System favours Germany and Spain but not France

Franco-Spanish energy spat tests EU

Madrid accuses Paris of protecting its nuclear plants

ECB’s bond move whets appetite for QE

Markets want more than just purchase of covered bonds from lenders

EU member states act to curb migrants

London alone in trying to introduce limit on numbers

Eurosceptics seek immigration trap for PM

Cameron to outline policy before Christmas

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