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Democratic Party candidate seizes Rome from the former upstart party which also lost Turin
Ben Munster writes from Rome on the new mass politics, techno-determinism, blockchain, and the end of Italian “e-democracy”.
Former PM Giuseppe Conte to remould movement whose mission is seen by its supporters as ‘pure protest’
Popular politician expected to oversee relaunch of the once anti-establishment party
Former ECB chief picks diverse cabinet as he begins to address twin health and economic emergency
Largest party in parliament supports joining forthcoming national unity government
Brussels has a huge amount of money to spend on its member states. So how will it use its leverage?
Industry and finance groups have high hopes for ex-ECB chief but MPs remain cautious
The backing of Italy’s populists could prove crucial to ex-ECB chief’s chances of forming new government
Giuseppe Conte left without working majority after narrowly surviving confidence vote
But foreign minister and former Five Star Movement leader says EU fiscal rules no longer fit for purpose
Opinion polls had suggested a strong showing for rightwing League in historic fiefdom of left
Democratic party’s threatened defeat to the League in regional elections signals further shift in political landscape
An expert dissection of the trends that account for the Italian League’s revival
Anti-establishment movement suffers waning popularity and wave of defections
Five Star’s struggle shows how Italian voters, desperate for something different, can quickly lose faith
Poll weakens Di Maio’s authority and opens door for far-right to triumph in crucial contest
ArcelorMittal pulls out of deal while Five Star is criticised for not shutting plant
Government plans to cut taxes for lower earners while clamping down on tax evasion
Rome to pay interest equivalent to 3.3% of GDP, down from earlier estimate of 3.6%
Rome looks to seize on vigorous rally in bond market in recent weeks
The changes in Rome hold lessons for Remainers — and for Boris Johnson
Unlikely Five Star and Democratic party link-up faces a challenge just to survive
Five Star and Democratic party government to be sworn in on Thursday
Country’s borrowing costs have dropped sharply in recent weeks