Not what keeps Brits awake at night.
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Labour's shadow foreign secretary says leaving the EU would play into Russia's hands. Ordinary Brits worry more about their jobs.
Hope for the future?
Conditions are getting worse at the migrant camps in France, which is leading to protest.
Right on queue? Migrants can help European business overcome challenges.
How useful can new migrants be to corporations hoping to grow?
Objective journalism at its best.
There's no great doubt as to what UK press thinks of the latest 'deal' on EU membership.
As Cologne prepares for Carnival, Angela Merkel’s moral consensus is falling apart.
The violence in Cologne over New Year's Eve has undermined the "culture of welcome" so dear to Chancellor Angela Merkel. A European response is all the more urgent to face the populist threat.
Women are more likely to claim in-work benefits so they're more likely to have their movement restricted by the UK's EU renegotiation.
Everything you need to know about this crucial deal on the UK's future as a member of the European Union.
Go on, pull it. See what happens.
David Cameron hopes to please eurosceptics by applying a mechanism to suspend welfare payments to EU migrants. Here's how it works.
Searching for the brake?
Heavy on warm wishes, light on concrete action is the outcome of negotiations that could determine the future of Europe.
EU and Polish flags together at anti-government demonstration in Warsaw.
After years of being hailed as the shining example of post-Communist success, Poland is being depicted going 'backward.' What happened? And why is this significant for Europe?
Christiane Taubira has battled for years to prove her right to represent French people, so she couldn't stay silent when a controversial plan was hatched to strip some of their nationality.
New arrivals will be searched and told to give up items of value.
For many, it evokes memories of the Holocaust. So how can the government justify it?
Beata Szydło: nothing to see here, I swear.
The EU is investigating concerns that the national government is breaching shared values as it pushes through constitutional reforms.
Printers have been overwhelmed with orders for the first edition of the text to be published in Germany since 1945.
God’s son, an early and astute observer of the limits of developmental economics, famously declared that “the poor will always be with you”. To judge by the otherwise enchanting streets of Paris, he knew…
A public inquiry says the murder of the former Russian spy was probably approved by Vladimir Putin. So how will the UK react?
There’s no end in sight to the wave of refugees seeking solace in Europe.
Europe's biggest achievements, such as open borders and human rights, are at risk as government responses to the refugee crisis fall short.
Human guinea pigs? On the occasion of Rennes drama, an explanation of what the drug trials in France and how they are controlled.
Better hold off on booking that summer holiday to Europe.
A protest flag depicts Jarosław Kaczyński as Poland’s puppet master.
The new, nationalist government is cutting ties in all directions, but it could soon run out of options.