Google privacy row: what does Google know about you?

Briefing Mon 29 Sep, AT 15:43

Regulators say Google's privacy policy is too vague and raises 'deep concerns about data protection'

New economic sanctions target Russia's biggest businesses

One-Minute Read Fri 12 Sep, AT 13:08

US and EU sanctions increase pressure on Moscow to withdraw support from east Ukrainian rebels

Catalans queuing outside a polling station in the Delegation of the Catalan Government in Paris

Catalonia backs independence in vote which 'means nothing'

One-Minute Read Mon 10 Nov, AT 14:16

The north-eastern region votes by 80% to leave Spain, in a ballot that Madrid has refused to recognise

The First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond

What happens if Scotland votes for independence?

Briefing Mon 8 Sep, AT 10:34

In ten days' time, Scotland could vote for independence. Here's what would happen after that momentous decision

Jordan's King Abdullah II and former Israeli president Shimon Peres at the World Economic Forum 2009

Israel picks Jordan over Europe for 15-year gas deal

One-Minute Read Fri 5 Sep, AT 11:24

Jordan will get $15bn of gas from Israel, dashing European hopes of cutting energy dependence on Russia

An amored personnel carrier in eastern Ukraine

Ukraine: Russian troops and tanks cross border, Nato says

One-Minute Read Thu 13 Nov, AT 10:08

Incursion could violate the peace treaty as Ukrainian troops prepare for combat operations in the east

Barack Obama at the White House

Ukraine: Nato to meet amid claims of Russian invasion

One-Minute Read Fri 29 Aug, AT 09:34

The Ukrainian government says its forces are now fighting Russian troops, not Russian-backed separatists

Crispin Black

Juncker fiasco: why is David Cameron inept on world stage?

Fri 27 Jun, AT 10:21 Crispin Black

Like England’s professional footballers, our newly professional politicians fail away from home

Jean-Claude Juncker

Cameron defeated as EU backs Jean-Claude Juncker

One-Minute Read Fri 27 Jun, AT 15:51

EU leaders confirm Juncker as president, with Hungary and the UK the only dissenting votes

The Mole

'I won’t stop EU migrants' says Cameron. Great headline, Dave

Mon 12 May, AT 10:00 The Mole

Cameron goes banging on about Europe while Labour regain their seven-point lead in the polls

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