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The FTSE experienced its first major fall for weeks on Tuesday after the Italian election results failed to produce a clear
The seemingly unstoppable political force that is billionaire mogul Silvio Berlusconi, who emerged from his latest political
When the technocratic government led by Prime Minister Mario Monti took over from Silvio Berlusconi's discredited right-of-centre administration in November 2011, Italy was on the brink of economic and financial collapse.
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi could run for office again next year, his party has indicated. Berlusconi
The conundrum of Italian politics is that those who are doing best are those who can portray themselves as the 'anti politician' candidates.
If the situation in the eurozone deteriorates further as the Italian general election gets nearer, there is a high risk of severe financial market turmoil that could push Italy back to that brink of financial and economic collapse where it found itself last November.
David Cameron claimed on Friday evening he had safeguarded Britain's position in Europe as EU leaders extended a lifeline
Financial markets have risen after European Union leaders threw a lifeline to the eurozone's tottering banks. David Cameron
Italian papers have seized on Italy's win over Germany in the Euro 2012 semi-final to launch a stinging attack on Angela
David Cameron is to join a meeting of world leaders in Mexico on Monday where a long-term solution to Europe's economic turmoil
Europe's leaders must be ready to take tough political decisions to resolve the eurozone crisis, or face the threat of "perpetual
Official projections indicate that the Conservative New Democracy party have won the Greek election by 2%. Greek radical
UPDATE: Second exit poll shows New Democracy further ahead. Via Antenna TV: New Democracy - 28.6-30%, Syriza - 27-28.4%, Pasok
Greek voters go to the polls today in elections that threaten the future of the eurozone and could push Britain's fragile
David Cameron warned fellow European leaders of the need for the eurozone to take "decisive action" to ensure stability in
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti insisted that the UK's veto on a key EU treaty in December was "water under the bridge
The second PMQs of 2012 wasn't the most fiery we've ever seen, but was a better performance from Ed Miliband compared to
Prime Minister David Cameron will today hold talks on the eurozone debt crisis with the leader of one of the countries at
The second week of 2012 has been an eventful one. We have seen Miliband's big speech on the economy greeted with a shrug
Italy saw its cost of borrowing fall by half in a bond auction on Wednesday, as a combination of cheap liquidity from the