'Finland is impossible to live in for rich people,' says multimillionaire now considering moving abroad
Punk band with learning difficulties who sing about their hatred of chores becomes surprise favourite for Eurovision 2015
Police insist there is no need to worry as drones appear again over the capital, 'but we should be vigilant'
EU must stand up to Putin, says Cameron, who says 75 British soldiers will travel to Ukraine
French president urges 'faster, more effective sanctions' for racial crimes in the wake of kosher supermarket siege
Victim says that he will file official complaint as search continues for Chelsea fans seen in video
Jihadists want to cause 'pandemonium' in Europe according to letter by Islamic State propagandist
Alleged accomplices charged with sheltering suspect and disposing of his weapon after weekend attacks
Italian coastguard threatened by Kalashnikov-wielding men during the operation, in an 'alarming' new twist
Despite an emotional appeal, Schettino found guilty of manslaughter over Costa Concordia tragedy
As Dominique Strauss-Kahn takes the stand in pimping trial his original accuser opens NY restaurant
Leader of the Front National tells the Oxford Union it is time to stop free movement of jihadists
Finance ministers meet in Berlin as ECB crack-down causes Athens stock market to tumble
Company says it was 'hacked' but scandal adds to fear French anti-Semitism is on the rise
Government 'proud' to give thousands of people the chance 'for a new start without a burden of debt'
Riccardo Pacifici questioned by police after setting off alarm as he tried to escape former death camp
Bank of England governor's attack seen as call for Berlin to accept Greek demands to relax austerity
Alexis Tsipras's Syriza party wins over voters with plans to reject austerity and cancel Greece's debt
The ECB is has announced a huge programme of money-creation - but what does that actually mean?
Soldier on training exercise was allegedly found in girl's bedroom by her father