European Parliament president calls for an end to scapegoating immigrants after talks with David Cameron
Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo 200 years ago this month was, by Wellington's admission, a close-run thing
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership aims to create the world's biggest free trade zone
France admits that its waiters are 'slow and unwelcoming' and that the food is 'hardly tasty'
What are the odds on Russia's Polina Gagarina beating the hot Eurovision 2015 favourite from Sweden, Mans Zelmerlow?
Full Eurovision 2015 running order announced as Sweden sails through to finals while Ireland crashes out
Mandatory resettlement system to be proposed by the EU Commission in response to the crisis in the Mediterranean
The 70th anniversary of VE Day is being commemorated with ceremonies, parades and street parties
Police say smugglers made a 'logistical error' in the second accidental drug delivery to the budget supermarket
Far-right family feud deepens as the National Front's patriarch is suspended from the party he founded
Plane 'fell like a rock' after co-pilot accidentally hit the emergency button while trying to mop up his coffee
A number of officials with ties to ex-president Viktor Yanukovych have recently died in suspicious circumstances
The Italian coastguard has rescued at least 144 people from the Mediterranean, including babies
Spring hunting season set to begin after a closely contested referendum pitted conservation against tradition
Finnish schools to get rid of maths and geography in education shake-up designed to prepare children for the future
Gunman opened fire with an automatic weapon while crowds watched football in suspected gang attack
'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'