'These potential voters could easily decide one of the biggest questions of the last three decades'
Prime Minister's former director of strategy says he would be campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union if he was a member of the public
Recent events in Egypt and Tunisia have had a significant impact on the tourism industry
Young peolpe are portrayed as ‘workin, earnin, shoppin, ravin, chattin'
The Greek region came top in the travel publisher's annual Best in Europe list
Norbert Hofer's defeat in Austria will not quell far-right extremism, because the genie is out of the nationalist bottle
Once favoured by royalty, this island's appeal has been overtaken by those further south - but with fewer crowds it's all the more enchanting
Austria narrowly avoided becoming the first country in the EU to vote in a far-right head of state
Both sides of the debate play fast and loose with “facts” and neither will admit that no-one can say what the future will hold for the UK
Co-chair of Conservatives for Britain said the nature of the EU campaign so far has been 'breathtakingly disheartening'
The Zika virus may spread into Europe this summer as the weather gets warmer, health officials have warned.
Both companies employ thousands of staff in the UK
Lord Winston says movement of people across EU helps British medicine 'massively'
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'Laughing together means there is a friendship there'
'Europe' is a hazy label once you start travelling to its undefined boundaries