Financial Times : Europe (62)

Italy PM to meet Barnier before May's Florence address

Rome session comes as Downing St attempts to sidestep EU's Brexit negotiator

Brussels seeks to keep tax reform on track

EU commissioner Pierre Moscovici favours broad approach over French plan to levy tech giants

Greece considers €30bn bond swap

Passions fly as Berlin airport vote looms

Poll over plan to shut Tegel touches emotion that German election race lacks

Elephants in the room at Tallinn's bid for digital glory

Estonia summit risks being overshadowed by other EU matters

National Front adviser quits party in break with Marine Le Pen

Vice-president was stripped of strategy role after disappointment over elections

Europe's Muslims hampered by prejudice, study finds

Survey reveals extent of discrimination in labour and housing markets

Naftogaz resignations spark concern over Ukraine reforms

Pressure from western backers to adhere to structural changes stipulated by IMF

Angela Merkel writes the plumber's guide to politics

The big unanswered question is what the chancellor intends to do with her victory

Drop separatism calls and we can talk money, Madrid tells Catalans

Minister says funding reform is open to discussion if region backs down on referendum

Lawmakers fear Russia's Facebook meddling continues

Congressional pressure mounts on Silicon Valley to stem hostile foreign influence

Merkel moves assuredly towards a fourth term

German voters opt for stability, but leadership abroad is required

Hungary to consult public on alleged Soros migrant plan

Budapest targets philanthropist over supposed scheme to flood Europe with immigrants

Catalans goad Spain in its most acute political crisis since 1981

A settlement before an independence referendum seems out of reach, writes Tony Barber

French Socialists forced to sell Paris headquarters

Cash-strapped party could raise more than €30m from selling property in chic Left Bank

Spanish national police raid Catalan government headquarters

13 arrests made as referendum on independence looms

Brexit bill battle switches from principle to price

May is preparing to make an opening offer but will it be enough?

Greece will remain under supervision after third bailout deal – EWG

Italy's central bank headache

Ignazio Visco caught in a power struggle between former and acting prime ministers

Spain national police raid Catalan government headquarters

Three arrests made as referendum on independence looms

Spain national police raid Catalan government headquarters

A day on the factory floor with a young Syrian refugee

In Turkey, poverty and isolation have forced thousands of children into work

German election: AfD's advance in six charts

How the populist party could upend the country's politics on Sunday

Turkey's EU accession: the way forward

For all the harsh words, Erdogan does not want to walk away

AfD sets populist course for heart of German politics

Polls suggest anti-refugee party could be third-largest bloc after Sunday's election

How well have Germany's refugees integrated?

Data reveal more asylum seekers are being sent to regions with fewer jobs per capita

Election tests German compassion towards migrants

Angela Merkel's decision to open the door to more than 1m refugees hangs over Sunday's national poll

Marine Le Pen demands senior adviser quits think-tank role

Call for Florian Philippot to step down reflects tensions in France's National Front

Rightwing populist AfD dominates German Twitter, new study shows

Nationalist party holds outsize sway on social media as election draws near

Vintage train visit raises tension over Hungary's EU funding

Budapest rejects link between budget and political disputes as 'financial blackmail'

Portugal's comeback is the eurozone's socialist success story

Remarkable turnround as country secures return to investment grade debt status

Russian-built nuclear plant revives Chernobyl fears

Power station taking shape on Belarus border feeds anxiety in Lithuania and beyond

EU seeks more powers over hedge funds after Brexit

Concern that some countries could turn blind eye to rules to attract business

Emmanuel Macron to push euro plan into German coalition talks

French president willing to accept phased approach to big eurozone budget

Romania's ambition to pump up economy faces fiscal headwinds

Investors worry policy U-turns hint at lack of predictability

Romania must avoid association with Europe's 'bad boys'

Old guard resists chance for fast-growing country to play full part in EU development

Merkel's dealmaking tested by German coalition choices

Social democrats sceptical of new pact while smaller parties tussle over policies

Theresa May's silence on the benefits of Brexit frustrates

It is bizarre that it has been left to Boris Johnson to explain what these are

Italian PM faces dilemma on future of under-fire central bank chief

Paolo Gentiloni weighs offering second-term backing as Ignazio Visco fends off criticisms on oversight

Theresa May must set out the many benefits of Brexit

It is bizarre that it has been left to Boris Johnson to explain what these are

UK must forge 'ambitious' security treaty with EU, Britain says

Catalonia's GDP could fall 30% after independence, minister warns

Spain's economy minister says split would be 'brutal' for region causing unemployment to double

Guarding the EU's privacy shield against Trump

EU-US data sharing arrangement to undergo its first progress report

Catalonia could see 30% GDP drop if it leaves Spain — Luis de Guindos

Austrian chancellor tries to turn political tide

Christian Kern is seeking to mobilise voters with positive message

Brussels losing patience with US over data sharing agreement

Privacy Shield review hindered by Trump delays in appointing key officials

Five Star Movement: the unanswered questions about Italy's populist party

Davide Casaleggio is gatekeeper of the party yet it discloses little about his role or his company

US remains open to staying in Paris climate accord

Secretary of state Tillerson and security adviser McMaster say 'better' deal is still possible

Five Star Movement: the unanswered questions about Italy's populist party

Davide Casaleggio is the group's gatekeeper, yet it discloses little about the role played by him or his company

EU investment screening plan 'risks sparking trade war'

Finland takes aim at French-led plan on sensitive foreign takeovers