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A SENIOR MEP has declared the UK has simple choice between being either in or out of the single market ahead of Theresa May's landmark address to Brussels later today. [Read More]
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European leaders braced on Friday for a speech by British Prime Minister Theresa May that is expected to spell out key positions on Brexit after wrangling and tension in her own government. With the clock ticking ever faster towards Britain's departure from the EU on March 29, 2019, May's address in Florence, Italy seeks to break a deadlock in negotiations whose fourth round starts next week. Among the many issues dividing the two sides, money dominates. Britain has yet to agree on -- or even say -- how much it will pay the European Union on departure, a position... [Read More]
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This recipe from Bon Appetit makes the perfect side dish for the holiday table or for a weeknight roast chicken dinner. [Read More]
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A Brussels Griffon named Owen living in Austin, Texas, has an unusual bark. An adorable video shows the little dog barking as his mom makes chicken noises at him. [Read More]
The EU is walking a fine line as it uneasily backs Spain's clampdown on Catalan separatists. [Read More]
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The chairman of European Union leaders Donald Tusk has called a euro summit for December to... [Read More]
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EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker raged against professed rumours claiming the European Commission 'manoeuvered in the shadows' against Brexit negotiations during a public debate in Brussels. [Read More]
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A Frenchman who allegedly shot dead four people at a Jewish museum in Brussels was denied medical care in prison for a suspected brain tumor and is unfit for trial, his lawyers said on Thursday.

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THE UK should not offer to pay Brussels any money to ensure single market access after Brexit, Tory MP Kit Malthouse has declared before Prime Minister Theresa May's highly anticipated Florence speech. [Read More]
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A Belgian policeman reportedly transferred sensitive information to the brother of the suspected mastermind of Brussels terrorist attacks. [Read More]
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EUROPEAN Commissioner Jean-Claude Juncker exploded against a member of the audience for laughing during his speech at a public debate in Brussels. [Read More]
A Frenchman who allegedly shot dead four people at a Jewish museum in Brussels was denied medical care in prison for a suspected brain tumour and is unfit for trial, his lawyers said Thursday.Mehdi Nemmouche, who allegedly carried out the May 2014 jihadist attack at the museum in Brussels, will refuse to appear at his trial if treatment is denied, lawyer Sebastien Courtoy told reporters.Nemmouche, held in solitary confinement in a Belgian prison for three years, is exhibiting symptoms of "a brain tumour." He said Nemmouche was "losing his eyesight and hearing" while suffering from "unbearable pain" in his... [Read More]
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An EU funded exhibition, called 'Islam, It's also our history!', has opened in Brussels after months of delays caused by Islamic terror attacks. [Read More]
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IRELAND should declare a "state of emergency" due to the "injustices" the nation is facing from the European Union (EU), a pundit has declared. [Read More]
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The European Commission said on Thursday it may seek to implement tax reform to raise more... [Read More]
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Mehdi Nemmouche is suspected of killing four with an assault weapon at the Brussels museum in May 2014. He has been in solitary confinement without trial for three years... [Read More]
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GERMAN Bundestag hopeful Martin Schulz blasted the European Union for taking billions of Germany's money each year without nothing in return for member states. [Read More]
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The lawyer of a Frenchman accused of shooting dead four people at a Jewish Museum in Belgium said Thursday his client may have a brain tumor and is being denied medical treatment. Mehdi Nemmouche is suspected of gunning down the four with an assault weapon in the Brussels museum in May 2014. He... [Read More]
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The European Union's plans to tighten up its oversight of financial firms have come under attack from industry and consumer groups that fear the move could hit businesses without doing enough to prevent misselling of risky funds. [Read More]
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