On the eve of the EU elections, economist Guido Cozzi lays out the rules for saving the eurozone
BBC wildlife presenter questioned by police in Malta over his documentary on 'senseless slaughter' of birds
Anti-EU leader triumphed by channelling popular outrage at political elite, experts say
He may have been sweating - but he didn't 'look nuts' and he's staked his claim as UK's leading Eurosceptic
And how do we know? Because, once again, an official visiting the PM has failed to keep his papers to himself
Merkel offers little hope of EU reform while figures show immigration up: not Cameron's finest hour
The CDU is a collectivist party, deeply suspicious of the Tory individualist ethos, says Daniel Hough
Pussy Riot shows the way: social media coverage is the best answer to Kiev's 'wicked problem'
Ukip leader hopes it will lead to him being included in televised leaders' debates at 2015 general election
Assistant secretary of state, Victoria Nuland, apologises to EU counterparts for 'undiplomatic language'