US President-elect is being given a 'false impression' of the Brussels bloc by the former Ukip leader
Extreme winter weather continues to grip continent
UK had third highest number of new HIV infections in 2015
Atlantic Resolve launched in immediate aftermath of Crimea's annexation
Front National leader also recognises risk of withdrawing from single currency in a marked softening of her eurosceptic stance
Those commuting from Luton to London pay an average of £387 a month - compared with the £61 paid by those in Paris and Rome
The fate of refugees, the rise of the right, the threat of terror and rumblings from Vladimir Putin will all make for an uneasy 2017 on the continent
From 1 January, workers have ‘right to disconnect’ from work emails as the scale of ‘burn-out’ among employees draws government concern
'Some people might get radicalised or manipulated or used or utilised by terrorist groups after they enter the EU'
The quality of life in any country significantly drops when personal safety is at risk.
Two of the finest heavy bands of 2016, Brighton’s Black Peaks and Nottingham’s Heck, announced they were to tour the UK and Europe together. The Independent shadowed them for a week around Western Europe in a bid to capture a sliver of the carnage
Flow of liquid moving westwards under Alaska and Siberia 3,000 km below surface
Political stability is important to the world's richest people, which means it's an interesting time to be a wealthy European.
Rejection of constitutional reform was latest in string of electoral tests to send shockwaves through Brussels' foundations
For many years the Common Market and EU membership worked well for Italy. It enjoyed rapid growth in the 1950s and 1960s. At the end of the 1980s GDP in Italy briefly passed that of the UK and France. But since 2000 the Italian economy has barely grown at all
Under current law, child of eight can be deemed capable of committing crime in Scotland, the youngest in Europe