On the eve of the EU elections, economist Guido Cozzi lays out the rules for saving the eurozone
Sharpest fall in unemployment in 17 years is 'good for economy', but wages aren't keeping pace
Jean Rasbridge accuses agency of helping benefits claimants 'tick boxes' instead of finding work
More vacancies on offer in May than April and 17% more than a year earlier, according to the Reed Job Index
Labour claim: 'the figures speak for themselves'
Analysts say economic reality has caught up with the jobs market as wage growth stalls
Euro falls as predictions of recovery confounded by record joblessness in first two months of year
Is 'guaranteed' job scheme a raid on rich pensioners or an attack on the out-of-work?
OECD says British output will increase by 0.9 per cent in 2013, but unemployment will also rise
First arrests in Madrid as Spanish and Portuguese lead day of action against cuts and tax hikes