Portugal’s right-wing parties form a pact to try to keep the opposition Socialists out of power.
Ministers urge Greece to make haste with economic reforms in order to qualify for continued financial support.
Finland’s Center Party could form a coalition with the defeated conservatives and the populist Finns Party.
Greece can’t expect to go back on its word but continue to get financial help from the rest of Europe.
Having barely made an effort to shrink the state, Italy’s reformist premier starts talking about stimulus.
The Greek prime minister wins little more than symbolic support from Russia but leaves the door open for more.
Marine Le Pen breaks with her father after he accuses her of betraying the principles of the party he founded.
Neither of Finland’s two largest ruling parties wants to go into coalition with the other again.
Plans to raise taxes while slowing liberal economic reforms are unlikely to woo Greece’s European creditors.
Greece’s far-leftist prime minister criticized European sanctions on Russia and wants to improve relations.
Socialists in both France and the United Kingdom are split on whether to be pro- or anti-business.
A referendum on Britain’s European Union membership no longer stands in the way of another coalition.