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Italian Elections 2018
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Italy's election winners join forces to elect parliamentary speakers
Italy's rival parties had to put their differences aside in order to choose leaders of both houses of parliament
Berlusconi pledges to back League's Salvini as Italy's next PM
"I'm happy for Matteo Salvini and the League," the 81-year-old former prime minister said in a video message.
Italy's election earthquake shakes Brussels
"They do not wish the EU to continue in this way of a federal Europe or united states of Europe," says one Conservative MEP.
Italy's populist rivals prepare for talks on forming government
As a result of Italy's inconclusive election the leaders of rival parties now have to envisage working together or face another ballot
Who is Italy’s far-right success story Matteo Salvini?
His party’s triumph in Italy’s general election has propelled Matteo Salvini into the spotlight. But who is the man who has stepped out from Silvio Berlusconi’s considerable political shadow?
Italy's election - a slap in the face for EU
The rise of populist and eurosceptic parties is set to cause ripples in the Eurozone
'Salvini's wiped out the old guard but there's more to come'
Berlusconi's out but Italy's right has a new hero.
Italy: 'Five Star' open to talks after election success
The anti-establishment movement emerged as the biggest single party after Sunday's poll
Watch live: Leader of Eurosceptic Lega party speaks after huge gains i
Matteo Salvini, leader of the right-wing and anti-immigration Lega Party, vowed to remain populist after making big gains in the Italian election
Femen protest as Berlusconi casts ballot in general election
A Femen activist interrupted voting at Silvio Berlusconi's polling station in Milan on Sunday (March 4) as he waited to vote.
Italy election: Divisive campaign leaves bitter taste for some
Whatever the outcome, Italy's general election has exposed deep rifts in society and stirred anger over issues like immigration and poverty
What we learned from the Italian election
There was no outright winner in the vote, but major gains for anti-establishment parties.
Italy prepares to vote after divisive race
Italy gets ready to go to the polls in one of the most contentious elections in years.
Italy election: taking the pulse in Brussels
Italians speak of disillusionment ahead of Sunday's much-anticipated poll
Italy’s Berlusconi could play kingmaker after wild election campaign
With the ruling center-left in disarray and the far-right capitalizing on the influx of refugees, a kingmaker potentially looms. Silvio Berlusconi is back.
How migration influences voters in Italy's general election
How important is the issue of migration to voters in Italy? Is the 'alarmist' way the issue is being reported in some sections of the media likely to influence the vote?
Five charts to help you understand Italy’s pivotal election
Italy is going to the polls on Sunday, March 4. Here we look at the data behind the key election issues.
Why the immigration debate is fuelling populism in Italy
Voters' views on immigration have more to do with their values and personality than economic concerns, and they're restructuring the political map of Italy and other Western nations.
Italy counts down to decisive election
A new voting system could spell an end to fragile coalition governments
Lombardy enterprise rises above Italy's economic crisis
Lombardy in the north of Italy is an area known worldwide for the production of women’s socks.
Italy’s migrant crisis fuels election campaign
In this special report from Claudio Lavanga for Insiders we explore how the issue of migration is dominating the discussion in the lead up to the elections.
The designer food halls catering to Italy's poor and deprived
In Italy, around 4 million people live in abject poverty and about 18 million are at risk of poverty or social exclusion.
‘Will they send me back to Africa?’ – child’s fear of Italy’s far-righ
Gabriella Nobile recounted on Facebook the racist abuse her young adopted children suffered in Milan in the run-up to the Italian elections, blaming Matteo Salvini of the ex-Northern League for whipping up hatred. He has invited her for coffee.
Italy's election already has a winner ... xenophobia: View
The tenor of the campaign leading up to Italy’s national elections on immigration issues is profoundly alarming, writes Human Rights Watch's Judith Sunderland from Milan.
Could the rise of the Five Star Movement make Luigi di Maio Italy's youngest PM?
University dropout, Luigi di Maio, is the front-runner for PM as the Five Star Movement has become Italy’s most popular party
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi adresses supporters
Sex scandals and legal entanglements have not stopped the 81 year old from seeking a political comeback.