News and reports from Europe.

New build properties in London selling cheap

Who said there aren’t affordable Zone One new build properties for under £286,000?

Scream masterpiece back on public display

Edvard Munch’s The Scream, a symbol of human anguish and one of the world’s most recognizable paintings, is going on display again almost four years after being stolen...

Top divorce lawyer backs binding pre-nups

British matrimonial and family lawyer Ayesha Vardag is in favour of English courts applying couples' prenuptial agreements…

New Capital Gains Tax rules could save you thousands

A new single rate of 18% to UK Capital Gains Tax for buy-to-let investors and second home owners will be introduced in April, benefiting individuals, trustees and personal representatives...

Divorce season begins in earnest

The next few weeks will be the busiest time of year for UK divorce courts as couples try to cut their losses before or immediately after Christmas.

Ethnic minorities 'lose out in the green debate'

Raising flight prices to appease environmentalists will make it harder for minority communities to visit loved ones...

Hitler’s Honeycomb: The Berghof revisited

The grandiose mansions Adolf Hitler erected in Germany may have vanished, but their vast bunkers remain largely intact..

When's the next general election?

Has Gordon Brown got the guts for an upfront contest or will he hold onto the throne he has waited so long for until the last moment?

Whaling: An internal outrage

A resumption of whaling in and around Iceland provokes a heated exchange of words around Europe...

Fire regulations will catch companies unaware

Experts warn managers are in the firing line for fines as inspectors prepare to test fire safety compliance…


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