A colossal challenge faces the regional government of Andalusia, the most populated of Spain’s regions, with 8.4 million people. From the regional
Political newcomer Podemos is facing its first big test as Spain’s Andalusia region goes to the polls. Teresa Rodriguez Represented by Teresa
Tens of thousands of protesters have marched through Dublin as anger boils over new water charges. Households in the Republic of Ireland are set to
Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Madrid, as the pain of austerity continues to strike. Those here are calling for more jobs
Violent incidents have erupted in Frankfurt ahead of a huge anti-austerity rally against the European Central Bank, on the day its new headquarters
Hundreds of pro-Greece demonstrators in Berlin have demanding solidarity with Greece as they marched from the German finance ministry to the city’s
Thousands protest austerity in Portugal as the Prime Minister answers questions over unpaid tax returns.
As Italy reins in spending on healthcare, a world-class coma recovery centre in Crotone is threatened by the cuts. Over the last two decades Sant
'The nightmare is not over for Spain' says Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias in an alternative state-of-the-nation address.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said extending Greece’s rescue plan by four months was not an easy decision for eurozone finance ministers
For more than a year, cleaning women in Greece have been the symbol of the injustices of austerity. They started to protest after they lost their
While Europe’s finance ministers were discussing Greece’s future, only a few metres away demonstrators were sending their own message. It was one of
Brussels and Athens may be at loggerheads of Greece’s austerity and reform programme but one thing the two sides do agree on is the need to stimulate
Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has renewed his determination to do away with austerity measures and accused the ECB of blackmail. In a
A week after the elections in Greece, the new government is trying to wriggle out of the clasp of austerity measures imposed on it by the Troika
A team with almost no experience in government takes on daunting challenges for Greece as the euro zone’s most heavily indebted member.
Out in the open air, in the centre of Athens is a soup kitchen. Here the atmosphere is not one of trust in the future, whatever the result of
Greece is once again at centre of a European political drama as it gears up for its most crucial election in a generation. Polls suggest the
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel was addressing an audience in the town of Namur on Monday, December 22, when a group of protesters pelted him