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LABOUR frontbencher Emily Thornberry said the Labour Party will help the British Government deliver Brexit but seek to maintain a close relationship with the European Union. [Read More]
NIGEL Farage has predicted the European Union will not survive the next 10 years as tensions grow between Brussels and four key member states in Eastern Europe. [Read More]
ITALIAN election candidate Luigi Di Maio has unveiled plans to make the European Union listen to Italy's demands as a major rebellion against Brussels brews with his MS5 party at the helm. [Read More]
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BRUSSELS: A wild wolf has been found in the northern Belgian region of Flanders for the first time in more than a century, an environmental group informed."Our country was the only one in continen... [Read More]
Despite repeatedly vowing to reduce its energy dependency on Moscow, Europe is more reliant on Russian gas than ever before -- and there are few signs of this trend reversing. Russian gas giant Gazprom said this month it had completed record deliveries towards Europe and Turkey in 2017 at a total of 193.9 billion cubic metres -- eight percent higher than its previous record, set in 2016. This result was not only a financial victory for the company, whose exports are its main source of profit, but also a political one at a time when diplomatic relations between Russia... [Read More]
KEIR Starmer has laid out his Brexit red lines and vowed Labour will vote against the Government - and potentially derail the UK's divorce from Brussels - if they are not met. [Read More]
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German authorities are concerned that the country will have to accept many more refugees amid new regulations that could soon be adopted by Brussels. [Read More]
FRANCE'S European Minister has fired a warning shot to countries including Poland for its record of EU defiance and urged the bloc to withhold money for those that act 'contrary to European goals'. [Read More]
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VOTERS in the Czech Republic went to the polls today in a presidential election that has left European Union officials 'praying' over the result. [Read More]
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Philip Hammond has described EU fears that a soft Brexit could encourage other countries to leave the trading bloc as "paranoia", saying Brussels should be doing more to keep existing members rather than "punish" Britain. [Read More]
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SPAIN has backed minimum tariffs for a post-Brexit agreement with the UK, despite Angela Merkel taking a much harder line against Theresa May as the PM seeks to unshackle Britain from the Brussels bloc. [Read More]
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Gay couple's joy after ECJ advisor backs bid for Romania marriage recognition But the Romanian authorities refused a request for a residence permit for Mr Hamilton, saying he could not be recognised as the spouse of an European Union citizen because Romanian legislation prohibits marriages between same-sex couples. Romania's Constitutional Court asked the European Court of Justice whether the non-EU spouse should be regarded as a spouse eligible to claim a right of residence.The... [Read More]
The U.S. money-transfer company MoneyGram International Inc confirmed on Friday that it had opened an office in Brussels and National Bank of Belgium had granted it license as a payment provider. [Read More]
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The uncertainty regarding Britain's decision to leave the European Union led MoneyGram, whose European headquart... [Read More]
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The European Parliament is aiming to soften plans to give European Union regulators the pow... [Read More]
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The former Ukip leader will have his MEP's pay docked by half to recoup what he allegedly spent in breach of Brussels regulations... [Read More]
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The 'What were you wearing? exhibition at Centre Communautaire Maritime in the Molenbeek district of Brussels is designed to challenge the one of the most 'pervasive rape culture myths'. [Read More]
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The Spanish government dismisses outright the possibility of former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont ruling the region from self-imposed exile in Brussels, and said Madrid would contest any attempt to do so in the courts. [Read More]
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The Spanish government dismissed outright on Friday the possibility of former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont ruling the region from self-imposed exile in Brussels, and said Madrid would contest any attempt to do so in the courts. [Read More]
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The European Commission would move to strip Britain of its EU opt-outs and budget rebate if a second Brexit referendum resulted in a vote for Remain, The Telegraph has learnt. [Read More]
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