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LONDON Britain may need a transitional agreement to smooth its exit from the European Union but it should not “buy back” into too many of...

LONDON Scotland will publish proposals this week for how it can remain in the European single market after Britain leaves the European Union in order...

MADRID Spain is enjoying a surge in visitors, but hotel maids are not reaping the rewards and are rebelling against their low salaries, which can...

LONDON From hoping the world can “get it together” in 2017 to reminiscing about Christmases filled with food and gifts, celebrities sent holiday greetings to...

ROME Italy’s former prime minister Matteo Renzi said on Sunday he made a mistake by “politicising” a referendum on constitutional reform that saw him bundled...

MADRID Two years ago, a district in Madrid got lucky in Spain’s hugely popular Christmas lottery, with people working or living there winning prizes of...

LONDON France’s ambassador to Britain Sylvie Bermann has warned of “great uncertainty” among the French community in the wake of the Brexit vote, in a...

ROME Italy’s parliament was set to complete the approval late on Wednesday of a new government tipped to be so short-lived that its inauguration is...

LONDON A quarter of a century after the collapse of the Soviet Union, life satisfaction in Russia and other ex-Soviet states remains stubbornly low, and...

PARIS France’s parliament voted early on Wednesday to extend a national state of emergency until July 15, after next year’s elections. The security measures, in force...