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Of all EU countries, Greece is the exception with lowering minimum wages.
5 days ago
Lord Ashcroft says voters don't want to focus just on Europe and immigration.
8 days ago
The former UK prime minister says he was 'really sorry' that Straw was caught in the sting.
8 days ago
Eurozone finance ministers agree in principle to extend Greece's financial rescue package by four months, if Greece keeps austerity policies.
Exclusive: IBTimes UK spoke to the former director-general of the CBI.
Greece has just over two weeks to negotiate a new bailout or extend the current deal.
19 days ago
By Nigel Wilson
The Liberal Democrat leader spoke at the British Chambers of Commerce Annual Conference.
Bitcoin price spikes as EU regulation proves problematic for cryptocurrencies.
Cryptocurrency news: Mt. Gox parent Tibanne files bankruptcy, EU legislation problems, Italy recognises bitcoin
The eurozone will never be the same again after Syriza's victory in Greece.
Simon Heffer: Whether Greece stays or leaves, anti-austerity threatens to test the EU to destruction
The capital markets union is a 'golden opportunity' for Britain if it retains its EU strength.
The First Minister of Scotland says the SNP will campaign to keep the region in the EU.
General election 2015: SNP's Nicola Sturgeon blasts Westminster parties for 'dancing to Ukip's tune'
There is little support in the euro zone for any write-off of Greece's debts, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the chairman of the Eurogroup of euro zone finance ministers, said on Monday (January 26).
The Prime Minister said the result will increase economic uncertainty across Europe.
IBTimes UK speaks to Loz Kaye about the party's prospects at the general election.
Jan 21, 2015
Britain's Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond attacks EU freedom of movement rules for abusing state's welfare.
Individual EU nations will be able to ban cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops under a compromise deal agreed on Tuesday (January 13) that ends years of deadlock over the barbed issue and could actually boost GM farming.
Jan 14, 2015