A second round of voting in the Greek parliament on the government’s nominee for president takes place today.
Sweden’s centre-left administration is on the brink just two months into office after a far-right party announced it would side with the centre-right opposition to vote against the 2015 budget. The anti-immigration Sweden Democrats, who are shunned by all other parties in the Riksdag, holds the balance of power.
For the past five years, Britain has been a haven of political and economic stability amid the turbulence in Europe. No longer.
Teaching staff and leisure workers have taken the biggest hit to their take home pay in real terms over the last three years, according to the latest edition of Britain’s most comprehensive survey of the labour market.