A guide to the Spanish electoral system, the parties, their leaders and possible coalitions.
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez could lose power unless Catalan independence parties change their minds.
Joining the EFTA would force Britain to accept free movement without solving the Irish border issue.
Josep Borrell’s demand for “clarity” looks like political theater to fend off right-wing criticism at home.
Opposed from the left and the right, the treaty Theresa May has negotiated with the EU is probably the best Britain can get.
Whether Matt Whitaker’s appointment is legal or not, it is clearly an abuse of the president’s power.
The commission can’t force Italy to change its spending plan, but its objections do matter.
This may be their last chance to defend the conservative majority on the Supreme Court.
Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría is the favorite, but Pablo Casado has mounted a surprisingly strong challenge from the right.
Here is everything you need to know about the row between Germany’s conservative parties.