Homeless couple who shared windfall with friends on trial for money laundering

Joey D and Kimberley A found €300,000 while squatting in abandoned building, Belgian court hears

Shoppers being misled by labels that claim food is ‘artisanal’ or homemade

Manufacturers too often make false claims and use deceptive pictures on labels, and regulation should be toughened up, says EU consumer champion

Franco’s cruel legacy: the film that wants to stop Spain forgetting

The Silence of Others, backed by Pedro Almodóvar, seeks to end amnesia over dictator’s victims

It may be slow progress, but women will keep fighting for political influence

At this week’s Women Political Leaders summit in Lithuania, female politicians will consider new ways to achieve gender parity

New Italian government: little regard is paid to what voters really think

Populist triumph is consequence of disdain shown by elite towards the people and their fears

Pedro Sánchez sworn in as Spain’s prime minister after no-confidence vote

Leader of socialist PSOE faces uphill battle with just 84 seats in 350-seat parliament

Rajoy likely to be forced out as Spanish PM as Basque party turns against him

Leader may choose to resign rather than facing no-confidence vote in the wake of kickbacks-for-contracts scandal

Italy’s eurozone crisis: no easy fixes for the European Central Bank

Even if the central bank wants to reverse the sell-off of Italian bonds, its hands are tied

Ireland moves forward with abortion law reform after historic vote

Process will begin on Tuesday when cabinet discusses draft legislation, says health minister

Trump would reconsider TPP trade pact on ‘better’ terms – business live

As tensions over Syria ease, trade developments and US bank earnings are in focus. European stock markets, oil prices, sterling and the dollar are all up.

World’s largest brewer develops greener way to put bubbles in beer

Gas bubbles will be generated without boiling, which AB InBev says will cut its CO2 emissions

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