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Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, mused why no one ever grilled him on the interactions with Saudi Arabia when discussing the “loathsome” regimes that have dealings with the…
In an exclusive interview with euronews EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has warned Europe not to lecture Turkey on migrants.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said that Britain’s decision to leave the EU reflected problems within Great Britain as well as European issues.
The EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, covered a number a topics in his speech in an attempt to bolster belief in the European dream tarnished by Brexit, splits between East and West, populi
It was a complicated State of the Union debate for Jean-Claude Juncker, the “existential crisis” speech after the Brexit vote, the rise of populism and economic…
The European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker sought to rally the EU, shaken by Britain’s decision to exit the bloc, in his annual policy address.
In his annual policy address, the European Commission President said he regrets Britain's decision to leave the EU but respects it and called for Europe to work together to solve its multiple challeng
Follow the annual agenda-setting speech of the European Commission president on Euronews.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
EU Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly has demanded that the European Commission (EC) clarify its position over the recent appointment of former EC president Jose Manuel Barroso as chairman and adviser to Goldma
More than 5,800 people have signed a petition calling for EU chiefs to act over a controversy involving José Manuel Barroso.
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.
Stricter rules and independent regulation should be introduced to avoid senior EU staff becoming too close to big business, it’s been claimed.
The EU is to investigate Poland’s new media laws, which have been branded as a clampdown on the freedom of the press. The country’s new conservative
From the Greek debt crisis to the dramatic influx of refugees and migrants, from security and agricultural concerns to the prospect of a UK exit, the
The European Commission has been forced to deny rumours that its president, Jean-Claude Juncker, is unwell and often absent from work.
Greek Finance Minister Vanis Varoufakis has been told to stop wasting time in negotiating reforms with his country’s international creditors. That
The European Commissions plan to reduce air pollution has been ditched, along with a host of other new measures. The reason given, national heads of
The European Commission says it will improve transparency by publishing records of all meetings between senior officials and lobbyists. It also
Despite all the makings of a global scandal Luxembourg is keeping its cool. Nicolas Mackel, the top finance official for the rich tiny EU founding
Luxembourg has fought back against suggestions of wrongdoing after a report detailed hundreds of secret tax deals struck by multinationals
Leaked documents have landed Luxembourg in hot water over claims of tax avoidance on an industrial scale. Reporters claim that more than 300
It was a week brimming with news, which began with Jean-Claude Juncker’s Commission getting the seal of approval from the European Parliament.
In this edition of Europe Weekly; parliamentarians raise questions about the suitability of some of the candidates who want to serve in the next
Incoming European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has picked who he wants to be on his team for the next five years. But he doesn’t get
Jean Claude Junker is expected to be endorsed as president of the European Commission later today, replacing Jose Manuel Barroso. Juncker needs an
EU leaders will meet later this week with the aim of sorting out who will take the bloc’s top jobs over the next five years. There are two big
When Britain applied to join the original six founding members of the European Economic Community (EEC) — join the Common Market, that is — French
British Prime Minister David Cameron has declared the UK can do business with Jean-Claude Junker. This comes after Cameron failed to prevent