Brussels set to scupper Apple ‘state aid’

Investigation into group’s Irish tax arrangements has angered US

Convenience not culture binds Europe

The EU’s multiple crises will not yield to invocations of its glorious past, writes Josef Joffe

European copyright rules: what happens now?

Move to give struggling news outlets more power when cutting deals with big online players such as Google

Euro may leave the FX market sidelines

Currency stronger on good data, lower political risk and dollar weakness

Europe plans news levy on search engines

Proposals aimed at diluting power of big online operators

Brexit offers opportunities to UK science

Britain needs light touch regulation similar to Switzerland to be global leader, writes John Bell

Last-ditch US effort to quash Apple’s EU tax demand

Sharp escalation of feud over bill for billions of euros

Greece urged to support statistics body

Former Greek chief statistician Georgiou gets backing from Brussels

Pessimists hold the key to Europe’s future

Most in the Visegrad states are positive about the EU but worry about its survival, writes Ivan Krastev

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Brexit: A risky experiment for science

Can the UK craft new policies to keep its lead in research and development?

Eurozone recovery weathers Brexit shock

Activity confounds expectations of sharp drop with 7-month high

Brussels quizzes France on Renault probe

MEPs allege that Paris is trying to protect domestic car industry

EU leaders pledge Brexit will not hit bloc

France, Germany and Italy declare commitment to integration

EU spymasters lobby for change in law

Intelligence officials seek to limit use of coded messages

European leaders seek to bolster economy

Hollande, Merkel and Renzi discuss EU’s future after Brexit vote

Euro’s rise spells grief for exporters

Analysts expect the single currency to keep strengthening

Political Diary

Leaders of Germany, France and Italy discuss post-Brexit EU

Asylum case divides Greece and Turkey

Ankara presses Tsipras over return of officers

Centre left in Europe faces stark choice

Two-party systems crumble as anti-establishment feeling grows

City to argue for ‘Swiss plus’ UK deal with EU

Finance grandees admit that universal access to the single market is politically impossible

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