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Chancellor and chairwoman of the German Christian Democratic Union Angela Merkel speaks during the 29th annual congress of the party in Essen. Photograph: Volker Hartmann/Getty Images

Angela Merkel’s announcement that full veils should be banned in public “wherever possible” signals a reversal in her position on the issue and an att(...)

Italian 10-year bond yields tumbled 9 bps to 1.91%, moving further away from November’s 14-month highs.

Italian government bond yields fell on Tuesday as attention switched from the weekend referendum to expectations the European Central Bank will contai(...)

Presidential nominee Donald Trump continues to use Twitter like a troll. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Nobody remembers the guy who spoke for two hours before Abraham Lincoln rose to his feet to deliver the Gettysburg Address. Few speeches have endure(...)

Italian PM Matteo Renzi speaks after the referendum on proposed constitutional change in Chigi palace, Rome. Photograph: Reuters

1. Private schools tighten grip on top university places Pupils from private schools are tightening their grip on places in high-points third-level c(...)

There are concerns around the future of Italian banks in the wake of prime minister Matteo Renzi’s crushing defeat. Photograph: Max Rossi/Reuters

Maybe it was the calm before the storm but Irish bank shares performed well yesterday in spite of concerns around the future of their Italian counterp(...)

Investors are fretting in wake of Italian PM Matteo Renzi’s imminent exit. Photograph: Getty Images

Italy’s Matteo Renzi will remain as prime minister until the country’s 2017 budget has been approved, as the political and economic ramifications of S(...)

Outgoing Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi: the former mayor of Florence was a pro-EU force, and a powerful centre-left voice at the EU table. Photograph: Franco Origlia/Getty

In the period following the British vote to leave the European Union, Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi was one of the first EU figures to offer a p(...)

One step back. One step forward. An Italian tarantella and a Viennese waltz combined in the latest round of Europe’s “Strictly Coming Apart” – but is (...)

Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi (right) arrives by car at the Quirinale presidential palace in Rome to meet  President Sergio Mattarella and formally offer his resignation following a crushing referendum defeat,  December 5th, 2016. Photograph: Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images

Italian state president Sergio Mattarella has called on Matteo Renzi to delay his formal resignation as prime minister until next Friday, as the count(...)

A Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena branch: the bank could struggle to recapitalise

Bankers were scrambling on Monday to secure a €5 billion recapitalisation of Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS), the world’s oldest lender, after prime m(...)

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