Russia supplies about 30% of Europe's gas – should we be worried? Jon Henley reports Click here to read more
The Guardian: Life on the flooded Somerset Levels – 'It came through the floor, through the walls. There's no way you can stop it'
When Steve Wilton and his family bought their new home in December, they were told it had never flooded in its 150-year existence. Now, it stands in a foot of filthy water. As Britain's flooding crisis enters its third week, Jon Henley visits the Somerset Levels to hear their story Click here to read more
Simple yet challenging: carving your own, beautiful, wooden spoon may be the most satisfying thing you have ever done Click here to read more
When Birmingham's James Turner Street was built in the 1800s, it attracted the prosperous working classes from all over Britain. Now it's become the UK's most controversial road. What went wrong? Click here to read more
French president refuses to answer question about relationship with Valerie Trierweiler and alleged affair with actor Julie Gayet, but says he will do so soon Click here to read more
As UK prepares to lift restrictions, few in Sofia or Bucharest foresee a flood of emigrants – but everyone is shocked by being portrayed as scroungers in the rightwing British press Click here to read more
Court designed to protect the vulnerable is respected in Europe but despised by many Tories and UK newspapers Click here to read more