TV screens fade to black in debt-laden country as government suspends 2,500 staff at 'haven of waste'
During state visit to Japan, French president claims the crisis has strengthened Europe
Philip Hammond wants to redirect up to £500m from Health and Education to prop up cash-strapped forces
Euro falls as predictions of recovery confounded by record joblessness in first two months of year
Is the RBS investment chief being 'sacrificed' to quell public anger over the bank's massive fines?
There may be politics at play in the timing, but US ratings agency is right to warn investors about Europe
Prime Minister faces a tough task to please eurosceptics at summit called to save eurozone
Business digest: Social Democrats agree to support controversial bill in return for early elections