European Union

The Erasmus scheme is a political project not designed to work well academically

A new breed of “muscular unionists” is seeking to reverse the damage done by devolution

Having gold as an anchor may not be perfect, but it does prevent the enormous expansion of public debt

The key to Europe’s future lies with Mario Draghi, the technocrat who sidelined politicians and saved the Euro, but who now needs them to succeed as Italy’s PM

Down with the mangies, the most craven and unfree of ruling classes

The current state of the transition talks

Greece puts up a wall as Turkey besieges Europe with refugees

Brussels shuns Poland’s and Hungary’s governments – but will happily break bread with Sinn Fein.