Ordinary Cypriots are sympathetic to the Russians, who have boosted economy during the recession
A journalist with a holiday home in Cyprus explains why so many ex-pats are affected by the bank levy
Britain fears that the new rules will hurt London and restrict growth in financial sector
The US President's 'wide-ranging' State of the Union address sets out a bold vision for his second term
Lib Dems thought they were smart going for Chris Huhne by-election on 28 Feb... they could be regretting it now
Europe close to agreeing first budget cut in its history. But the EU is still spending more on cows than people
Populus poll finds majority of Britons would vote to leave EU in wake of Cameron's big speech
While David Cameron will be framing today's Mail front page, for Ed Miliband it was a day to forget
Merkel appears to offer an olive branch – but EU diplomats say she'll 'drive the hardest of bargains'
The PM scores political points at home, but European media say his EU speech is a 'threat'