The latest opinion polls indicate Conservatives and Labour separated only by a few percentage points. More than a third of voters have turned away from the big two parties.
Turkish President Erdogan has slammed the world leaders for recognizing the 1915 massacre of Armenians as genocide. Erdogan said countries like Germany, France and Russia should first "clean their own stains."
The head of Volkswagen's supervisory board and one of the most powerful men in the company, Ferdinand Piëch, has resigned, the company has said. Piëch had been locked in a power struggle with the firm's CEO.
European police have arrested 26 in a crackdown on horsemeat trafficking. The EU's judicial agency reports that the ring is accused of introducing parts of horses unfit for consumption into the commercial food chain.
Wladyslaw Bartoszewski is dead. The former Auschwitz prisoner and Polish foreign minister worked toward German-Polish reconciliation for decades. Without him, the process would have been much slower.
A former Auschwitz inmate, Polish foreign minister, academic, journalist, honorary Israeli citizen, and a key figure in German-Polish reconciliation after the Second World War: Wladyslaw Bartoszewski has died in Warsaw.
Presidents Francois Hollande and Vladimir Putin have spoken on the sidelines of memorial services in Armenia, discussing the fragile truce in Ukraine and a suspended French warship delivery for Moscow's military.
Poland has announced it would deny the Night Wolves - a Russian motorcycle gang - the right to cross its border. But there are some who support and want to protect the bikers, as Roman Imielski writes from Warsaw.
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Megan Williams reports from Catania on the moral outrage in Italy regarding the migrant crisis.
Guy Hedgecoe reports from the Spanish enclave of Ceuta about attempts to enter the EU from there.
France ticked off over smacking policy