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The British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has promised the UK will maintain close ties with its European neighbours despite the Brexit vote.
European Commission warns Poland to respect rule of law but decides not to sanction Spain and Portugal for overspendingNo sanctions for Spain and Portugal for overspending but EU confrontation will Poland escalates
No sanctions for Spain and Portugal for overspending but EU confrontation will Poland escalates
The European Commission decided Wednesday not to fine eurozone countries Spain and Portugal for overspending in 2015 but opted for granting them more time to correct budget deficits.
Former French EU commissioner Michel Barnier has been appointed as the EU's main negotiator for the UK's exit of the bloc. He will take up his new position in October.
Belgian terror expert says latest attack in France is a direct attack on rural, Catholic France
The latest terrorist attack in France is highly symbolic as it directly targets a Christian place of worship but it is not the start of a religious war, says Belgian researcher Didier Leroy.
In today's The Brief, we accompany UK prime minister on her first trip to Northern Ireland and take you to Krakow to celebrate World Youth Day.
This is the brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of all the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Security is tight in Brussels as the city prepares to celebrate its National Day on Thursday.
The European Commission has rejected an appeal to reconsider proposals which would force EU companies to pay their posted workers in line with wages in their host…