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Arming Syria's rebels: madness or a responsible policy?

Tue 28 May, AT 09:39

Britain succeeds in lifting EU's ban on sending arms to rebels, but opinion is split on possible outcomes

Goldman Sachs: EU exit would be loss/loss scenario

One-Minute Read
Tue 21 May, AT 13:33

'It is likely that the loss would be greater for the UK than for the EU'

Richard Branson

Business leaders set out case to keep Britain in Europe

One-Minute Read
Mon 20 May, AT 09:03

Branson, Sorrell and others claim Eurosceptics are putting 'politics before economics'

Cameron battles UKIP threat with guarantee of EU vote

First Reaction
Thu 2 May, AT 09:20

UKIP's surge prompts embattled PM to harden EU referendum promise by 'enshrining it in law'


Cameron's cunning UKIP plan: don't utter rival party's name

Wed 1 May, AT 15:09
The Mole

PM hopes silence is golden as he tries to shut down Tory disarray over party set to steal its votes

Euroscepticism: would an EU army, or football team, help?

Talking Point
Thu 25 Apr, AT 15:28

It used to be the British disease but more Europeans are questioning the EU

For southern Europeans, leaving the euro now makes more sense

Mon 15 Apr, AT 10:03
Richard Ehrman

With its treatment of Cyprus, the EU has unwittingly made the cost of leaving the euro much less daunting

'Bleak milestone' as eurozone unemployment hits 12%

First Reaction
Wed 3 Apr, AT 10:53

Euro falls as predictions of recovery confounded by record joblessness in first two months of year

Cyprus on knife-edge seeks possible Russian help

One-Minute Read
Wed 20 Mar, AT 14:56

Cypriot finance minister flies to Moscow to seek backing, despite Merkel's warning not to

Cyprus: risk of new 'cold war' as Putin threatens loan pull-out

First Post
Tue 19 Mar, AT 10:33

Ordinary Cypriots are sympathetic to the Russians, who have boosted economy during the recession