What we know UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe and contender for the party’s leadership ‘collapsed’ after a dispute with fellow UKIP member Mike Hookem in the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Thursday (6…
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Steven Woolfe, the favourite to become the next leader of UKIP, is in in hospital after collapsing outside the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has been defending the decision to order Apple to pay 13 billion euros in back tax to the Irish government.
MEPs dissected Jean-Claude Juncker's annual policy address which aimed to heal Brexit wounds and address migration crisis questions.
Following the State of the Union speech, European Commission president Jean Claude Juncker will meet with three young YouTube stars.
Scottish MEP Alyn Smith has urged those inside the European Parliament to stand by his country following the dramatic Brexit result.
In a highly-charged session in the European Parliament in Brussels on the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, former Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt slammed the tactics of the ‘Leave’ campai
The Saltire was once again fllying above buildings as the Scots took part in their second referendum in the space of almost two years.
There have been bitter and emotional exchanges inside the European Parliament in Brussels during a special session on the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
Key decision are expected in June around EU-wide limits for air pollution.
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Martin Schulz, the President of the European Parliament, is a busy man these days and not surprisingly so, since his self-proclaimed goal is to save
German steel workers have protested outside the European Parliament over alleged dumping by China. They oppose China being declared a market economy
MEPs have warned Turkey that they won’t just rubber-stamp a deal to give the country’s citizens visa-free travel in Europe. The debate took place on
Two drivers for a private company serving the European parliament have been found carrying compact discs containing propaganda for militants from the
EU lawmakers voted on Thursday to change the rules on protecting trade secrets in a move that critics believe could have a chilling effect on media
The European Parliament has backed sharing airline passenger data across the EU as part of the fight against terrorism. The European Commission first
Strong words were exchanged at the European Parliament during a debate on the EU-Turkey deal. A Greek MEP landed himself in hot water for his
The European Parliament has voted for an EU-wide arms embargo against Saudi Arabia. Lawmakers voted overwhelmingly in favour of the embargo on
Hungary’s decision to hold a referendum on the EU’s relocation scheme for refugees and migrants has been branded as ‘populist’ by the European
European Council President Donald Tusk has told MEPs that a deal struck by EU leaders last week aimed at keeping Britain in the bloc is irreversible and cannot be annulled by EU judges.
David Cameron is at the European Parliament in Brussels on Tuesday, seeking support for his EU reform demands for Britain. A late arrival was not the
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif is in Brussels on a mission to broaden ties with Europe. He’s set to meet EU Parliament President Martin Schulz
EU politicians have backed a compromise deal which will allow vehicles to exceed official pollution limits. It flies in the face of calls for more
The draft deal to try and keep Britain in the EU has been on the agenda at a European Parliament meeting in Strasbourg, where it has divided opinion