""You may carry a smartwatch during the day for practical reasons and later want to feel elegant, have a kind of intimate bond with your object, or just feel good about yourself. I believe in the comfort and elegance that a fine watch brings today so I think there is room for both and I'm not particularly worried.""
CEO, La Montre Hermès
"Self regulation does not work. It particularly doesn't work where there is no oversight and that is the problem that you have in the UN"
Peter A Gallo
Director, Hear their Cries
""Our struggle is against the sexual abuse, the cover-up, the psychological abuse, and the silence over these abuses.""
Sexual abuse survivor
""It probably could've gone a lot worse if they'd had to take their time and come out on a board or something like that.""
""Roy and Heather Bennett have been tragically killed in a helicopter accident in North America. I am devastated- they were two of Zimbabwe’s greatest patriots.""
""I'm not the first woman to work and have a baby. I know these are special circumstances but there'll be many woman who would have done this well before I have.""
New Zealand Prime Minister
""The case will be tried in court. It will not be tried in the media.""
Attorney for David Turpin
"Everything is data and everything is about being digitalised. That's Estonia. That's why we think Estonia is the best to collaborate with"
CEO and founder, Planetway
state of the union
A group of pro-Brexit UK businessmen are seeing the EU’s chief negotiator armed with a hamper of British products and warning of the consequences of a ‘no deal’ scenario.
Brussels is damaging British interests by talking up the threat to companies if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.That is the claim from the UK's Brexit minister David Davis in a letter to his Prime Minister, Theresa May.
The UKIP MEP and ex-party leader tells Euronews about his meeting in Brussels with the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU said to be “fundamental” to Germany coalition talks; and Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage meets
Theresa May carries out the most extensive cabinet reshuffle since she took office in 2016
British Prime Minister Theresa May holds onto top ministers in most extensive reshuffle since taking office
Anti-Brexit Tweets dominate most popular responses to former UKIP leader's call for questions.
The Sunday Times says the changes aim to bring younger women and more diversity into the cabinet, to dust off the Tory party's image as "pale, male and stale."
Some experts agree with the pro-European former British PM who says Brussels must recognise some responsibility for Brexit.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage will meet with the EU's chief negotiator for Brexit, Michel Barnier, on Monday. The conversation is likely to focus on post-Brexit trade deals and immigration.
Britain's former prime minister told euronews EU leaders should act on lessons learned from Brexit, and believes 2018 will see a shift in public opinion against leaving the bloc.
Outside the EU, in due course farmers will only get public funds if they improve the environment under UK plans for a huge agricultural shake-up.
The former UK prime minister tells Euronews EU leaders should deliver fundamental reforms that could keep Britain in the bloc.
Tony Blair has warned voters that time is running out to reverse Brexit.
The former British Prime Minister says the break with Brussels will torpedo Britain's remaining clout and be regretted for generations to come.
Political risk consultants the Eurasia Group estimate the UK's divisive politics and complex EU divorce threaten PM Theresa May's job.
2017 was a turbulent year for Brexit negotiations and 2018 is shaping up to be no different, so what are the main challenges in the months ahead?
Business organisation the British Chambers of Commerce has slammed what it describes as "division and disorganisation" over Brexit in Westminster
The EU shouldn’t shy away from the populist challenge or stoop to the populists’ level, writes Danuta Hübner
With fewer customers willing to dine out and less job applications from EU citizens, London's service industry is concerned about the future.
President Emmanuel Macron reportedly set to ask Prime Minister Theresa May to contribute hundreds of millions of euros to reinforce France's border check points at ports facing Britain after Brexit.