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On the final day of campaigning for the Lisbon Treaty referendum - passions remain high.
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The British Prime Minister makes the political speech of his life - how does it go down?
Chancellor Merkel is re-elected. What will it mean for Germany's economic recovery?
As Germans prepare to elect a Chancellor on Sunday Europe Today broadcasts from Hamburg.
The Russian car manufacturer which makes Lada cuts a quarter of its workforce.
Britain attempts to clarify the law on assisted suicide but is it clearer and is it right?
French riot police clear the camp known as "the jungle" housing illegal migrants.
Former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin is in court over Clearstream scandal.
NATO's Secretary General Rasmussen calls for a new strategic partnership with Russia.
Anti-missile shield scrapped in Eastern Europe. We hear from Russia and the Czech Republic
An advert about a one-night stand causes embarrassment for the Danish Tourist Board.
Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz on the lessons learned from the collapse of Lehman Brothers
A spate of suicides at France Telecom. But what can the French government do to stop them?
A new law protect children in Britain. Should you have to prove you're not a paedophile?
Relief in Germany as General Motors European arm is sold to Canadian-Russian consortium.
Spanish judge faces Supreme Court. Adolf Hitler sex video condemned by Aids charities.
A special look at migration across Europe, and why French spelling is under scrutiny.
Three Britons are found guilty of plotting to blow up transatlantic planes.
Will the leaders of the richest economies agree on whether to cap bonuses for bankers?
A journalist is forced to flee Russia over claims about hijacked ship "The Arctic Sea".
A BBC investigation reveals how much money criminal gangs are making from Roma children.
Europe remembers the start of WWII. But debate still rages about who was responsible.