Everything you need to know about the Prime Minister's trip to Switzerland, a mere month since taking office
Wars are ruinously expensive undertakings. A Britain outside the EU, intent on becoming a 'big Switzerland', should be less likely to get involved in them, at least in theory
Case is the latest case of immigrants not deemed to be 'Swiss enough'
But an expert has said: 'You can't join the EEA unless you have full freedom of movement. Can the Leave campaigners not read?'
For too long, 24-hour commitment to raising a child or keeping an elderly relative alive – a job that is as unrelenting and difficult as it is rewarding – has been dismissed as “not really work” because of a lack of financial recognition
Around 78 per cent of voters rejected the policy, projections suggest
If passed, every adult legally resident in Switzerland will receive an unconditional income of 2,500 Swiss francs a month whether they work or not
The latest polls show 72 per cent of the public are likely to vote against the proposal
Oberwil-Lieli’s right-wing mayor denied it was a racist decision
The case near Basel sparked fierce debate in Switzerland, where shaking hands is taught from a young age
Swiss authorities begin criminal proceedings against BSI
Austria narrowly avoided becoming the first country in the EU to vote in a far-right head of state
'We need a basic income to allow each person to be his or her own entrepreneur, to choose what work he or she does,' says Gabriel Barta of the Basic Income Earth Network
Credit Suisse reported a loss of $311 million in the three months through March
Denmark has been ranked as the happiest country in the world three times since 2012
Teachers at the boarding school in Basel hope the incentive will encourage staff and pupils to live a healthy lifestyle