As the midnight deadline for Greece to repay ¬1.6bn fast approaches, last-minute efforts are underway to avert a chain of events that could lead to Grexit.
Greece may only represent a fraction of Europe's economy. But in everything else that can't be easily measured by the IMF or ECB, it represents to much more.
Travel chaos continues on both sides of the Channel tunnel today as strikes at the port of Calais disrupt ferry services.
The Crown Prosecution Service today reversed a decision not to prosecute the Labour peer over child sex abuse allegations. What is the background to this latest move? And what happens next?
Two executives from the taxi company Uber have been brought in for questioning by French police over an app which allows drivers to pick up passengers in their personal cars.
MPs observed a minute's silence in the House of Commons today in memory of Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia which killed 38 people, including 18 British citizens.
A video showing the chaotic scenes inside the grounds of the hotel in Tunisia as a jihadi gunman attacks from the beach is released. The footage shows staff reacting to the attack.
Egypt's public prosecutor Hisham Barakat dies in hospital after being wounded in a car bombing as he was leaving his home in Cairo.
With European stock markets falling and banks closed in Greece, the president of the European Commission warns that "egotism" and "tactics" have hampered efforts to resolve the Greek crisis.
God, the film maker Billy Wilder once remarked, had kissed Audrey Hepburn on the cheek. Wandering round the National Portrait Gallery's new exhibition of photographs of the film star, "Portraits of an
Mining giant Cuadrilla is denied permission to start exploratory drilling and fracking at a site between Preston and Blackpool.
Lord Janner is to face prosecution over claims of historical sex abuse, it was confirmed today by Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders.
The British death toll in the Tunisian beach massacre is expected to double to at least 30, sources say, as David Cameron pledges a "full spectrum" response to terrorism.
Footage obtained by Channel 4 News shows the Tunisian gunman on the beach during the terror attack, shot from a nearby roof the video reveals the panic as boats circle offshore.
A local builder armed himself with debris to attack Seifeddine Rezgui from a rooftop during the Tunisia terror attack, allowing police an opportunity to take out the gunman.
A coach driver has been killed and his assistant seriously injured after a vehicle carrying pupils and staff from Brentwood School in Essex crashed in Belgium