Europe’s demands on Google mount

Calls for stronger ‘right to be forgotten’ and ‘platform neutrality’

Juncker defends €315bn project funding

Commission president says works would cost more than EU can afford

Greek yields act as eurozone ‘fear gauge’

Markets are concerned about stalled talks between Athens and its international creditors

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Cheap energy is the new cheap labour

For companies wondering where to locate, the world has turned upside down

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Washington weighs in on Google probe

Senate and House express alarm at EU vote on break-up

Clegg backs benefit curbs for immigrants

Deputy prime minister pre-empts Cameron over crackdown

How to tackle the UK immigration problem

Our aim must be to return freedom of movement to its original intention: a right to work, writes Nick Clegg

How Juncker plans to unleash investment

Strategy will test EIB’s obsession with its own creditworthiness

Pro-Brussels Tories begin fightback

Relaunch of Conservative MPs group aims to counter eurosceptics

ECB bond-buying: Last action hero

Mario Draghi’s pledge to raise inflation may oblige investors to head into riskier euro assets

The Pope’s trenchant words for EU

Tony Barber on why Francis decided to launch his powerful critique

Georgia urges west to decry Russia treaty

PM sees it as ‘another step towards annexation’ of breakaway region by Moscow

Bundesbank sounds alarm on corporate debt

German central bank warns of threat to financial stability

Pope calls Europe ‘haggard’ grandmother

Pontiff outspoken in address to European parliament

Slowing eurozone hits Kingfisher sales

DIY chain’s profits hit as France slows

EU populist parties call on Juncker to go

Ukip, French FN and Five Star Movement target tax role

Cameron pressed to make key address

Ex-minister urges PM to start two-year process of withdrawing UK from EU

ECB in quandary on asset purchase schemes

Buying gold might be ECB’s most politically acceptable form of QE

Juncker to unveil €315bn EU programme

Seed money will include €16bn from Brussels and €5bn from the European Investment Bank

Aluminium sector hit by high energy costs

EU environmental rules are making prices prohibitive

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