Move comes just hours after the government sent in thousands of special forces to destroy a pro-EU protest camp in the centre of Kiev
UK households now spend £68 a week on housing, ahead of transport and recreation
Demonstrators' tents torn to pieces and barricades destroyed - yet riot police fail to clear capital's Independence Square
Japan’s private sector is losing faith in prime minister Shinzo Abe’s “shock and awe” tactics to revive the world’s third biggest economy after worrying figures today showed business investment flat-lining in the latest quarter
Russia stands accused of using its gas as a foreign policy tool
Three televised debates during the course of the campaign would exclude both Ukip and the SNP from participating
Shipping is coming under attack off West Africa and even in the Suez Canal, even as the trouble off Somalia eases
Visitors vow to avoid island until saga over unpopular Arriva buses is resolved
The Prime Minister has said he cannot see anything wrong with fracking if it is properly regulated.
The 'island fuel rebate' which saves drivers 5p a litre off Scottish coast and on Scilly Isles could be rolled out across UK
Passengers turn down sunshine break abroad to top up tans at home
Tom Bawden visits the West Sussex village where events are shaking up old allegiances
Fracking activities are set to resume in an area that was hit by two minor earthquakes linked to the controversial technology.
It's not so easy to exploit shale gas reserves found in the UK
$1.1bn deal was completed mid-June but may allow search giant to unfairly dominate the market
Plan to drive down prices will have 'basically insignificant' impact