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Le Pen does it again: 'Ebola virus to wipe out immigrants'

Thu 22 May, AT 10:52 Nigel Horne

Has France's Front National really changed? Or does Jean-Marie Le Pen speak for its members?

Flags outside European Parliament

European Elections: what the parties have to say for themselves

Summary Thu 22 May, AT 07:59

Upcoming vote will give people a chance to make their feelings clear about the EU and immigration

Flags outside European Parliament

Tackle the eurozone's original sin or watch the EU stagnate

Wed 21 May, AT 14:37 The Conversation

On the eve of the EU elections, economist Guido Cozzi lays out the rules for saving the eurozone

Inflation rises again: hiccup on the road to economic stability

Tue 20 May, AT 11:27 The Mole

Latest figures play into Ed Miliband's hands – though he appears out-of-touch with his own family finances

Disbelief as Miliband wriggles out of calling Farage racist

Mon 19 May, AT 10:25 The Mole

Labour leader walking on egg-shells as evidence mounts that Ukip IS attracting Labour voters

British pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca

AstraZeneca rejects 'final' £69bn offer from Pfizer

One-Minute Read Mon 19 May, AT 09:39

AstraZeneca claims £55-per-share bid undervalues the company and carries a 'big execution risk'

Don Brind

Is Ed Miliband a 'nebbish'? Or will he have the last laugh?

Mon 19 May, AT 09:25 Don Brind

Ed is nowhere near as unpopular as Gordon Brown – and Cameron was unable to knock him out

Police are addressed by a senior officer

Bullying at Police Federation 'rivals any soap opera', say MPs

One-Minute Read Fri 16 May, AT 09:56

Federation chairman says he was 'ridiculed and verbally attacked' for trying to implement change

Do Israel's hardline settlers qualify as 'terrorists'?

Thu 15 May, AT 09:41 Venetia Rainey

The vandalism and violence perpetrated by Jewish extremists has gone too far, say moderate Israelis

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