Banks press Brussels to drop reform plans

British and French lenders warn of damage to capital markets

May admits UK immigration cuts ‘unlikely’

Net migration jumped to 243,000 in the year to March

Radical left is right about Europe’s debt

It is logically inconsistent for the eurozone to enter secular stagnation and not restructure

Europe-US trade talks delay upsets Italy

Envoy voices wider alarm over stalling of deal

Lobbyist’s take on renewables causes it to lose friends

The Magritte Group’s hostility to green power subsidies has not proved popular

Call to close short selling loophole

European lawmakers urge rethink on hedge fund anonymous bets

Google break-up plan emerges from EU

MEPs suggest splitting off search to curb dominance

Ukip given low marks by Cambridge students

Union debate rejects motion that party has been good for British politics

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Smiles and jokes mask danger in UK politics

Behind the grins of Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson lies a Berlusconi-style bluster, writes Bill Emmott

Osborne drops challenge to bank bonus cap

ECJ advocate general rejects UK objection to curbs

Italy challenges Brussels on accounting

Economy minister calls for revamp of measure of fiscal soundness

Merkel ally doubts Hollande’s reforms

Oettinger says French budget does not deliver enough cuts

Eurozone stagnation demands real solutions

Juncker’s EU investment plan is noble – but much more will be needed

Air pollution ruling puts pressure on UK

Breach of pollution rules should be ‘as short as possible’, the European Court of Justice decides

Romania poll offers hope for tolerance

Election of ethnic minority president shows country’s maturity

German MPs criticise Cameron on migration

Visiting delegation tells UK to use scope offered by existing legislation to control migrants

Juncker faces parliament resignation vote

MEPs attack commission president over Luxembourg tax regime

Transcript: top ECB economist interviewed

Peter Praet speaks in London to the Financial Times

France urges ‘real money’ for EU

Economy minister calls for injection of up to €80bn

Brussels eyes €300bn investment funds

Commission aims to attract private capital for infrastructure

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