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A popular comedian's tax scam unleashes firestorm in struggling UK.
Can debt-swamped Europe afford expensive science, like pursuing the God particle?
Outraged at banking scandals, Brits are pulling money from big High Street banks.
If Thora Arnorsdottir wins this weekend’s presidential vote, both of Iceland’s top jobs will be held by women — after men drove the country into bankruptcy.
London’s ‘Silicon Roundabout’ is biting at your heels. They’ve got hipsters, coffee shops, and ironic facial hair. But is the tech for real?
In London, Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi meets the "Hairy Cornflake," the bushy-bearded DJ she owes her sanity to.
Plan B fills Sid Vicious’ shoes, rapping for London’s underworld of drugs, prostitution, and murder. If only it were that simple.
In Sunday’s parliamentary vote, the granddaughter of Jean Marie Le Pen seeks a foothold for the anti-immigrant, anti-Europe party.
As Europe's biggest soccer tournament gets underway, many fear a volatile mix of anger and racism.
Scandal? Check. Money laundering? Check. Opaque accounts? Check. This must be the Vatican.
The digital economy is a rare growth sector in France. Are you listening, Francois Hollande?
The annual kitsch ritual is about the only thing in Europe that’s working — but barely.
Not known for its arid weather, southeastern England is facing a serious water shortage. But is it self inflicted?
Anti-porn filters would become the broadband default. Smut consumers would need to contact ISPs to “opt-in.”
Europe threatens to boycott Ukraine’s Euro 2012 tournament over treatment of Tymoshenko. Will it work?
Shareholders of blue-chip companies are rebelling against low dividends and excessive executive pay. And they're getting results.
As the world turns its back on nuclear power in the wake of Japan's Fukushima disaster, experts worry green energy can't pick up the slack.
Voters thrashed Conservative party candidates in a result that was viewed as a damning mid-term verdict on the government’s performance.
A damning British parliamentary report labeled the powerful press tycoon unfit to run a major international company. What it means on the other side of the pond.
Spain and the UK are in recession, and Europe is once more in peril. This time, the problem's political.