Egyptian president's EU tour dominated by religious row
The first visit to Europe of the newly elected Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was dominated by the ongoing violence against Americans in Arab countries, casting a shadow on future relations with the most influential country in the Arab world, reports Francesco Guarascio
Political interference in public service broadcasting growing
Mother of all public service broadcasters, the BBC is rightly respected for its independence but the same cannot be said of other national broadcasters in Europe and beyond - writes Ingrid Deltenre
British policing - smothered by political correctness?
Police should be 'on the beat' but they are held back by paperwork relating to 'PC nonsense' – claims provocative MEP and British police commissioner candidate Godfrey Bloom
BAE-EADS merger would create European defence 'goliath'
Deal could create a 'world-class' firm with combined sales of £60bn and a staff of 220,000, but anti-trust laws and mobilised trade unions could thwart merger
Dutch rejection of EU fails to materialise in elections
Voters back centrist pro-European parties as the expected shift towards the Eurosceptic fringe fails to materialise
EU failing blind people on 'e-inclusion' access to information
Only a tiny percentage of websites and books are fully accessible to blind and partially sighted people - the technology is there, now we need the political will to match it, writes Dan Pescod
Europeans dismiss Romney and back Obama in US election
A survey finds Europeans overwhelmingly favour Barack Obama over his Republican rival Mitt Romney in November's US presidential election, while the transatlantic relationship itself remains strong
Europe failing to tackle boat tragedies in Mediterranean
The EU and its member states must do more to prevent migrant deaths at sea if they are to deliver on their humanitarian ethos –writes Judith Sunderland
ECB to gain 'unprecedented powers' in banking union
Questions have been raised about the European Central Bank's suitability for the role as a single supervisor for some 6,000 eurozone banks
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn - good or bad for business?
How should companies deal with their employees' activities on social networks and do sites like Twitter and Facebook increase or decrease productivity – asks Therese Wallin
Barroso calls for EU 'federation of nation states'
The European Commission president calls for treaty changes as the EU outlines new plans for banking supervision and Germany's Constitutional Court rules in favour of the new eurozone bail-out fund
Investigate Europe's role in CIA rendition, MEPs urge
European Union member states have been accused of putting obstacles in the way of investigations into alleged collusion with United States' secret renditions programme and urged to end what one campaign group has called their 'evasion of responsibility'
Dutch elections, the eurozone and disenfranchised citizens
A number of economic factors will serve to make it harder and harder to convince Dutch citizens of the need for eurozone bailouts, regardless of who is in charge, claims Pieter Cleppe
OECD warns of unequal access to education
The OECD says that although spending per student has continued to rise, there is still inequality in access to higher education – even as the benefits of getting a degree increase
Britain should have six-month 'trial separation' from EU
Our secret columnist has a game-changing brainwave – how about a trial separation from the European Union for the United Kingdom? Depending upon the results, Britain would either formally withdraw from the EU and probably negotiate membership of the EEA - or resume membership on the pre-existing terms