The Dutch Freedom Party leader has gone out of his way to avoid the hard work of government.
Dutch Freedom Party voters are defecting to what may look like opposite ends of the political spectrum.
Most scenarios involve four or five parties, but Mark Rutte could also decide to form a minority government.
France, Germany, Italy and Spain agree that countries in the EU should be allowed to integrate at different speeds.
Jesse Klaver appeals to cosmopolitan, university-educated voters. His challenge will come after the election.
A radicalized Geert Wilders shuns the debate with other parties, who accuse him of hiding behind slogans.
The French presidential candidate proves himself unworthy by lashing out at investigators.
History suggests separation could easily lead to more tension and violence on the Balkans, not less.
There could be a left-wing government in the Netherlands if centrist parties are willing to make the necessary compromises.
The European Commission’s scenarios range from muddling through to something resembling a federal Europe.
By staying in the race with his integrity damaged, François Fillon makes a right-wing victory less likely.
One-nation conservatism is vindicated in Copeland while Labour’s defeat there bolsters Jeremy Corbyn’s critics.