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

UK falls further into recession, but could euro woes save us?

First Reaction Wed 25 Jul, AT 13:27

Osborne blames GDP contraction on euro debt crisis, but one analyst believes EU's travails could save us

Bank of England

Treasury and BoE prepare for Greece poll with money injection

First Post Fri 15 Jun, AT 08:22

George Osborne and Sir Mervyn King unveil 'funding for lending' plan to get banks lending to businesses

The €130 billion question: is EU postponing the inevitable?

Talking Point Tue 21 Feb, AT 12:14

Latest bailout will mean an austerity regime the Greeks will never be able to cope with

Seven alternatives to the EU (in case it all gets too much)

Point of View Wed 16 Nov, AT 07:57

As German leaders issue heavy-handed threats, here's a timely survey of Britain’s options

Have we handed Europe to Goldman Sachs and Co?

Talking Point Mon 14 Nov, AT 12:41

As technocrats take charge of Italy and Greece, is the financial world trying to run Europe?

'Bunga, Bunga' Berlusconi meets an ignoble end

One-Minute Read Sun 13 Nov, AT 10:56

Italian PM is jeered and pelted with coins as he finally leaves office. But could he be back?