Financial Times : Europe (86)

Cash remains king in the eurozone

Habits vary widely across region, with Malta, having the most cash transactions

Theresa May warned not to drag out Brexit talks on Irish border

While more optimistic about breakthrough, diplomats fear Dublin and London far apart

Lithuania given EU backing in nuclear plant dispute with Belarus

Concerns raised over the safety of a Russian-financed reactor just across the border

A shared history means Britain and Ireland remain intertwined

A solution to the border question is possible with a little imagination

Coup-styled takeover shakes up Ukraine's Russian-backed Lugansk enclave

Everyone emerges a loser from German political turmoil

Would-be coalition partners circle Angela Merkel wary of being burnt

Norwegian populist stirs latest Nobel Committee controversy

Anger over nomination of Carl Hagen, who spoke against gays, single mothers and immigrants

May strikes positive tone after EU leaders meeting

Polish government passes bill to limit Sunday trading by 2020

Germany's SPD ready for talks with Merkel to break deadlock

Party leader says any coalition deal must be put to party members

Police scandal puts Irish government on brink of collapse

Varadkar's push to block hard border compromised by Fianna Fáil motion against deputy

Belarus absence from summit exposes partnership limitations

Lukashenko snub of Eastern Partnership talks will disappoint hopes to speed a diplomatic thaw

Irish government on verge of collapse over police scandal

Threat of snap election raised after Varadkar resists calls to sack deputy PM

UK airlines risk losing flying rights, says leaked Brexit paper

Brussels sees little room for 'bespoke' aviation deal if Britain exits single market

Germany's SPD ready to hold talks with Merkel to end deadlock

Potentially decisive U-turn by centre-left party may break Berlin political impasse

SPD ready to hold talks with Merkel to end deadlock in Berlin

Foot-dragging over pesticide adds to EU's reputation as unwieldy

Decision process to renew licence for glyphosate has been running for over two years

Dublin faces political crisis over Varadkar deputy and police scandal

Fears grow of early Irish election in middle of Brexit talks

SPD debates rejoining 'grand coalition' with Merkel

Schulz discusses options with party executive after meeting president

Conservatives close ranks around Merkel over coalition crisis

German chancellor seems more secure than ever despite collapse of talks

Russian senator and oligarch faces formal French tax fraud probe

Kremlin wants diplomatic immunity for Suleiman Kerimov, who was released on €5m bail

Amazon faces Black Friday strike in Italy

Action by three unions to affect vital distribution centre

Brexit stumbles towards tangle with Northern Irish politics

The dilemma for London and Dublin is simple but the solution is another matter

Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov under investigation for tax fraud

Brexit: Battle over Irish border threatens EU-UK trade talks

Dublin, rattled by prospect of damaging its €65bn annual trade with its biggest market, could derail negotiations

Grassroots support will ensure European integration succeeds

The EU would counter Euroscepticism by appealing directly to its 500m citizens

Warsaw, Tallinn and Prague harbour fintech-hub ambitions

Many central European cities are vying to lure coders and entrepreneurs

Europe's €77bn research budget in the spotlight

The Horizon 2020 programme is shifting its focus

The world watches Reykjavik's digital democracy experiment

A bespoke portal lets more people connect with government

Marine Le Pen accuses banks of 'fatwa' after party accounts shut

National Front leader says banking system is trying to affect democratic process

Budget 2017: Hammond ramps up spending on Brexit preparations

Eurosceptic Conservatives welcome move to inject £3bn into UK plans to leave EU

Pressure grows on Germany's SPD to support Merkel

Party considers giving backing to minority centre-right government on key votes

Brexit fears for cancer patients over Euratom uncertainty

Imports of radioactive isotopes used in treatments at risk of disruption

Macron budget risks breaching EU fiscal rules, says Brussels

Commission assessment dents French president's hopes of restoring fiscal credibility

Kremlin rallies to defence of oligarch detained by France

Russia vows to protect Suleiman Karimov after his arrest as part of a tax probe

Ratko Mladic sentenced to life in jail for Balkan war genocide

Bosnian Serb commander behind Srebrenica massacre guilty of crimes against humanity

The conviction of Ratko Mladic is a significant achievement

The dysfunctional state of Bosnia still has a long way to go towards reconciliation

Rosneft chief Igor Sechin refuses to appear at corruption trial

Case is being closely watched for signs of power struggles among Russian elite

Browse student ideas for the future of Europe

We asked students at six universities to share their thoughts. Here's what they said

Swedish business chief quits over Paradise Papers link

Leif Ostling initially complained about high taxes after offshore investments were revealed

Verdict due in trial of indicted war criminal Ratko Mladic

Ex-Bosnian Serb general accused of genocide will learn of his fate in The Hague after five-year trial

EU and UK aim to strike Brexit divorce deal within 3 weeks

Negotiators target week of December 4 as Theresa May looks to settle bill

FDP calculates the political odds with talks walkout

Refusal to join Merkel-led government is partly the result of bitter experience

Wolfgang Schäuble urges German political leaders to compromise

New parliamentary speaker calls on parties to 'show some responsibility'

Czech police ask parliament to remove Babis's immunity

What the EU must learn from Donald Trump

Brussels can use social media to ensure its message is heard across Europe, writes Julian Lang

EU and UK aim to strike Brexit divorce deal within 3 weeks

Negotiators pencil in week of December 4 as May's moves on Brussels bill spur momentum

London loses key EU agencies to Paris and Amsterdam

Paris and Amsterdam have been chosen as the new homes for two prized EU agencies

Russia nuclear body denies being source of radiation cloud

Moscow admits high levels of ruthenium were detected in Urals before spreading to Italy and France

Losers lament allocation of EU agencies

Lady luck given deciding role in sharing out the early spoils of Brexit