Creditors to begin Greek debt talks

Athens reports first primary budget since crisis

Eurozone PMI close to three-year high

Business activity grows but falling inflation haunts currency bloc

Ukip donor to spend ‘whatever it takes’

Sykes and Farage visit Sheffield for election campaign launch

Ukip adverts spell out anti-EU message

Party turns to agency that branded Tony Blair a ‘Bliar’

BNY Mellon considers euro deposit charges

Lender looks at potential move if ECB cuts interest rates below zero

Italy’s right wants end to migrant rescue

Parties call for suspension of EU-backed mission

Cuts put Portugal welfare system on rack

More than 10,000 waiting for places in old people’s homes

Restoring trust in the European Parliament

Europe’s assembly must act to tackle its internal abuses

Carmakers put foot down over emissions

Regulators pressed to delay updates to measurements

Carmakers seek EU emission testing delay

New system to remove loopholes and better gauge efficiency

EU hits UK energy-intensive companies

Ruling deprives cement and ceramics sectors of carbon compensation

Uber’s ‘hustler wonks’ defend taxi app

Setbacks in Berlin and Brussels are only the latest for start-up

Downturn’s discontents spurn populism

European populism is more like the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party than the Boston Tea Party

Trade credit insurance to the rescue

Humdrum mechanism could mitigate risk of securitising EU banks’ SME lending, says John Dizard

Italy budget request dismays Brussels

EU sanctions push on Russia falters

Companies warn that Kremlin retaliation could cost them dear

Taxi cartels will be ‘apped’ to death

E-hailing a car is the coming thing and cannot be stopped

Juncker backs loosening of telecoms rules

Pressure on ECB as inflation falls

Sharp drop in March stokes eurozone deflation fears

Farage brushes off EU expenses claims

Claims Ukip leader faces probe into how funds are spent