Milan’s decision to appoint as coach a former player with no experience has raised many eyebrows. Glenn Moore reports on Berlusconi’s latest bombshell
The former Netherlands international has hung up his boots to take the position
Italian courts must get tougher on sex criminals
Conviction for the former Italian prime minister’s long-time associate adds to mounting troubles
Media mogul warns that unprecedented move would embarrass Italy internationally
Senators will vote this Wednesday on whether to expel the former premier from Parliament following his conviction for tax fraud
The minister who two years ago was anointed as Silvio Berlusconi’s heir apparent has split with his former mentor and formed a breakaway group.
As death toll hits 298, the head of the European Commission announces £25m fund to help with refugee crisis
Ex-Prime Minister says he will now support the government having failed to gain the backing of his own party
Worries over economic impact of US budget deal hits stocks
Premier Enrico Letta accuses People of Liberty party of 'a big lie and attempt to distort reality'
Italy’s disgraced former premier Silvio Berlusconi is appealing to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg in the hope of beating his recent tax fraud conviction, it has emerged.
Former PM acts after his media company loses €150m in stock market instability
In a country that is all about tribal loyalties, he can still call on some fierce friends, says Michael Day in Milan
The collapse of Italy’s fragile coalition government appears to have moved a step closer with centre-left prime minister Enrico Letta warning Silvio Berlusconi’s conservatives that he would not “blackmailed” as they try to prevent the criminal tycoon from being kicked out of parliament.
Tax fraudster may use community service as publicity stunt