Action needed to keep competition fair.
Rehn pessimistic about France's economy.
Doom and gloom in the eurozone
The European Union imposes greater levels of tax on its citizens and businesses than do most other areas of the world, writes Ian Wishart.
Future of EU scheme hangs in the balance.
Is there life after ETS?
Restrictions to end for Romanians, Bulgarians.
Freedom of movement and restrictions
No instrument left to limit labour migration
The EU has brokered a historic agreement between Kosovo and Serbia. We look at the deal and its ramifications.
Fragile banking sector is at the heart of problems
As Viktor Orbán, Hungary's prime minister, continues his quest to overhaul the country's legal framework, the European Union should prepare for a turbulent few months.
The European Commission gives Croatia an unequivocal, clean bill of health in the last progress report before it joins the EU in July
The European Union is being asked to introduce controversial rules allowing electricity grid operators to shut down consumers' refrigerators and washing machines remotely in the cause of more efficient use of energy.
EU leaders discuss growth and job creation.
Anglo-French push to end arms embargo
The EU's neighbourhood is littered with disputes
New rules on payments have had little effect.
Leadership turns a blind eye to a crazy [...]
A 274-page report from the European Parliament sets out a wishlist for more influence