French police will now investigate an alleged scuffle between two members of the UK Independence Party in the European Parliament building in Strasbourg.
The British Prime Minister has again clashed in parliament in the face of opposition charges that the government has no plan for Brexit.
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While the EU’s political heavyweights are scrambling to find a common position ahead of talks with Britain about its departure from the bloc, an obscure linguistic conundrum has shed light on the scal
Attitudes are hardening ahead of eventual negotiations to take the UK out of the EU, while the pre-talks void is being filled with mud-slinging - and satire.
Brussels still believes a landmark trade deal between the EU and Canada - blocked by Belgium's French-speaking Wallonia region - can succeed.
Day one of ‘jungle’ evacuation is peaceful One-third of 7,000 migrants have been removed Concern remains over unaccompanied minors French authorities resume their evacuation of migrants from the ‘
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The British prime minister has called on the devolved parliaments of the UK to stand united on Brexit.
They were picked up off one large boat, three smaller ones and 20 rubber vessels.
Canada's trade minister says it is up to the EU to save a free trade deal that is being blocked by opposition from Belgium's French-speaking region.
The UK prime minister says she is ready for some "difficult moments", but will fight to remain part of the bloc's single market.
An EU-Canada free trade deal has been left hanging in the balance after talks between Canada and the regional government in Wallonia broke down.
The head of the World Trade Organisation says Britain's future terms of membership in the WTO will depend a lot on the Brexit separation negotiations.
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The EU faces a tough short-term future with Russia, Brexit and migrants all snapping away at unity, which the latest summit hopes to repair.
The challenge of dealing with thousands of refugees could have a silver lining for Greece with emergency aid money boosting the country's economy.
EU leaders on Thursday will call on Russia to stop its bombing in Syria and allow humanitarian aid to enter the besieged city in Aleppo.
European Central Bank policymakers have kept interest rates and their bond buying programme unchanged, setting the stage for more easing in December.
Paul Magnette leads the regional government in Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, where the parliament has refused to provide its backing for the federal government’s move to approve the
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The EU is stepping up the pressure on Belgium’s French-speaking region of Wallonia after its government refused to back a free trade deal with Canada.
Inflation in Britain jumped in September, and it was mostly more expensive clothes and costlier fuel which pushed it up, rather than the weaker pound.
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