Raw Politics: MEPs' moment of silence for Strasbourg victims turns political
A new survey of Italian attitudes to migration and refugees finds more ideological diversity than commonly assumed. Economist and researcher Tim Dixon unpacks findings that show more nuances than the populism dominating headlines.
629 people rescued mainly from Libyan waters remain stranded on a vessel about halfway between Malta and Italy after Italy's new interior minister barred them from entry. Our correspondent Anelise Borges, who has been on the boat over the last week has this exclusive report.
As a result of Italy's inconclusive election the leaders of rival parties now have to envisage working together or face another ballot
A new voting system could spell an end to fragile coalition governments
No major Italian political party may be able to secure a winning majority because of the country’s new electoral system. Here’s how each party is trying to win consensus.
Once the Northen League criticised southern Italians in language as fierce as they now use against immigrants, but now it wants southern Italian votes it has come to campaign in Naples. No thanks, say