After coalition talks with other right-wing parties collapse, the Danish liberals form a government on their own.
Ejected from the euro, Greece is likely to eye Russia first as an alternative ally to its partners in the West.
Greece imposes capital controls and keeps its banks closed as chances of it leaving the eurozone increase by the day.
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras’ sudden announcement of a referendum dashes any hope of a deal.
The far-left prime minister’s refusal to make a decision shows he is unfit to lead Greece at this time of crisis.
The newspaper claims the British leader focused on migrants benefits and an opt-out from “ever-closer union”.
Greece refuses to accept creditor demands for pension and tax reforms, making a deal less and less likely.
The majority of Britain’s Conservatives support their leader’s reform efforts and want to stay in the European Union.
Greece’s far-left leaders have done everything they can to ruin their country’s chances of a deal with its creditors.
The Danish right says it shares Britain’s priorities for reform in Europe while Germany voices caution.
The IMF rejects Greece’s latest proposals for pension reform, setting back hopes of a deal to save it from bankruptcy.
European leaders fail to find a way out of the Greek crisis but are cautiously optimistic a deal can still be done.