Europe on the edge
Analysis from Channel 4 News of the financial crisis which threatens the future of the euro.
Jose Manuel Barroso thinks copy-cat separatist movements infused with hope by a successful Scottish independence campaign could take off and threaten the entire EU project.
There are many on my Twitter stream who find it grotesque that the supposed "masters of the universe" who failed to create a safe financial world order are still on top.
The powerful attending the World Economic Forum in Davos must create the impression of action. What they will not do, writes Andrew Simms, is change the system to meet the needs of society.
Eyebrows have been raised. France was heard muttering an obscenity. That is essentially how George Osborne's "reform or perish" speech on Europe will be received in Paris or Berlin.
George Osborne emphasises Tory determination to reform the European Union, saying Europe is at risk of falling behind Asia's economic titans.
Journalists make poor prophets, but January is the month when we all think about the year ahead, and the big picture.
Just over six months on from the Cyprus bailout, what's the situation like for people on the ground? Grim, says our newest "Austerity Kid", 24-year old Maria Christodoulou.
Ireland's seventh austerity budget set out 2.5bn euros of cuts and taxes, including cuts to benefits for under 25s. But our Austerity Kid in Dublin says many are just relieved it wasn't worse.