Why it could pay hedge funds to force a Greek default

Briefing Thu 26 Jan, AT 15:11

Hedge funds might not want to strike a deal with Greece because they will profit from a default

UK jobless rate at 17-year high - but how is rest of world doing?

Briefing Wed 18 Jan, AT 13:54

More than 2.6 million people are unemployed - the highest level since 1994

Euro debt crisis makes Mafia ‘Italy’s number one bank’

One-Minute Read Wed 11 Jan, AT 08:35

Struggling small businesses forced to borrow from Mafia as legitimate banks stop lending

Europe needs an FDR to break the mould and bring prosperity

Point of View Wed 14 Dec, AT 07:50

Under Sarkozy and Merkel, all Europe can look forward to is years of unemployment and falling living standards

Barroso says UK demands were 'risk' to single market

One-Minute Read Tue 13 Dec, AT 13:46

EC president's attack 'blows apart' Cameron's claim he used veto to protect EU internal market


Demands for referendum push David Cameron to the brink

Thu 8 Dec, AT 09:45 The Mole

Mayor Boris Johnson joins Tory MPs and the British public in requesting a referendum

King's apocalyptic warning: politicians must find solution

Talking Point Fri 2 Dec, AT 10:54

Only Europe's politicians can prevent a UK credit crunch - and don't bank on them getting it right

Credit crunch 2: is this Lehman Brothers all over again?

Briefing Thu 1 Dec, AT 14:04

Central banks handing out cheap money, stock markets rallying... we've been here before

No 10 admits to new credit crunch as central banks act

One-Minute Read Thu 1 Dec, AT 09:45

Markets rise on decisive action by Federal Reserve and others, but 'euphoria' might not last

David Cameron

Can David Cameron get his way at the big EU summit?

Briefing Thu 24 Nov, AT 15:57

Prime Minister faces a tough task to please eurosceptics at summit called to save eurozone