Talks between two superpowers go ahead despite European worries about US secret surveillance
Report claims that corporation was 'slow' to react to public concern on key issues
The fugitive whistleblower is ready to go home if he is guaranteed a free and impartial trial, says his lawyer
Europol claims 3,600 criminal syndicates operating across Europe dealing in £2bn black market
Fears that delivery of new weapons to Syria could spark new war and shift the balance of power
France, Spain and the Netherlands to be given a waiver on the annual 3% deficit limit
Britain succeeds in lifting EU's ban on sending arms to rebels, but opinion is split on possible outcomes
'It is likely that the loss would be greater for the UK than for the EU'
Branson, Sorrell and others claim Eurosceptics are putting 'politics before economics'
It's low skills and bad management that are holding Britain back, not 'Bwussels', says Boris