Expenses chief Frank Antoine-Pirel is giving evidence in the trial of former Labour MEP Peter Skinner
As David Cameron tries to find favour in the European Parliament for his proposals to reform the UK's relationship with the EU, we take a look at some of the good things MEPs have done for Britain
European Parliament Martin Schulz says proposal to curb EU migrant benefits would run into opposition from MEPs
Leader admits some colleagues would be happy to see the back of the UK
The EU divides opinion but whatever your views it is important to have your say — through voting in the May election and joining in the Citizens’ Dialogue events around Europe
The Home Secretary is under increasing pressure from Jewish groups and others to ban the Hungarian ultra-nationalist party from spreading hatred at a London rally this weekend
But Ukip leader Nigel Farage says the suggestion of an alliance was a non-starter
Surely a man on a near £1m income over five years, law degree from Cambridge and ambitions to manage the economy, should not have lost control of his purse strings?
File-sharing site finds new online home after coming close to capture in the Caribbean
The Danish PM became an overnight internet sensation after her ‘selfie’ at Mandela’s memorial went viral
Justice Commissioner, Viviane Reding, hails breakthrough, but critics question whether compulsory targets are the best way forward
One of the country's wealthiest businessmen has announced a multi-million pound boost to the UK Independence Party.
For years, the lines of florists stalls and their brightly coloured bunches of flowers have given La Rambla, one of Barcelona’s most-appealing tourist attractions, a perpetually festive air. But there are fears that they may soon disappear.
The 16-year-old has been living in Birmingham since being shot on a school bus in Pakistan
Union claims new rules could lead to pilots flying while dangerously fatigued