More than two months after the election, Spanish politicians still can't provide the people with the government they demanded.
Old grudges and European aspirations are driving this narrative – never mind how many people die in the process.
Is it enough?
The incredible number of undecided voters means this must be an information-led campaign.
Europe's directly elected chamber is a tangled web of conflicting interests. But few want the Brexit debate to rumble on any longer than necessary.
Searching for the brake?
Heavy on warm wishes, light on concrete action is the outcome of negotiations that could determine the future of Europe.
Can I interest you in the austerity buffet, Donald?
Everything you need to know about the deal under discussion between the UK and EU.
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.
If it worked for Benin…Tihomir Orešković.
Months after an inconclusive election, Croatia has at last picked an almost unknown figure to be its new prime minister: Tihomir Orešković, chief financial officer of a Canadian generic pharmaceutical…
The PP, celebrating while it can.
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Spain's two-party system is now consigned to the history books – but forming a functional government will be anything but easy.
Making the case.
David Cameron says he's fighting for the country. But it remains to be seen what would actually count as a victory.
Spain’s ruling People’s Party is predicted to win the election – but not by much.
Spain's era of two-party government is coming to an end – but what exactly happens next is far from clear.
The French regional elections were far from a nationalist wipeout. But can Marine Le Pen make good on what the party has achieved?
Wants to make Czech Rep great again, thinks xenophobia is the perfect way to do it.
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He's been a prime minister and a president but he's best-known now for his xenophobic interventions.
Reclaiming the homeland.
Furious nativist radicals are on the march – but are they really all birds of a feather?
Victor Ponta quits in the wake of a tragedy in Bucharest.
Victor Ponta survived accusations of fraud and tax evasion, but the deaths of dozens of clubbers proved the final straw for his people.
Law and Justice’s (PiS) candidate for prime minister, Beata Szydlo.
Poland has weathered the economic storm that engulfed Europe, but its centrist government has nonetheless been booted out. Why?
Geert Wilders’ attacks on Islam rehash centuries-old Western Islamophobic slogans.
Australian is not Europe, and controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders did not find much of an audience when he last came here in 2013.
Eight migrants enter Europe – depending on who is counting.
Border agency Frontex recently reported that an unprecedented 710,000 migrants had entered the EU this year. Something didn't ring true for Nando Sigona.
By focusing on people traffickers, leaders are spinning a dangerous narrative about this crisis.
Corbyn is well-known as an anti-austerity campaigner.
The new Labour leader's arrival coincides with a new phase in European politics – the rise of the left.