"Everyone's lives will be better off under tax reform, because of the tax relief that families' get, because of the higher paychecks, because we have a stronger economy, and again, this is also about bringing jobs back from overseas."
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman
"I believe that here, today, many different people have jointly made a historic step for a fair, just and free Hungary."
"The EU withdrawal bill is making good progress. We're on course to deliver Brexit. We're on course to deliver on the vote of the British people."
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
"I dissent from this spirally spun, legally lightweight, consumer harming, corporate enabling, destroying internet freedom order."
Democrat FCC Commissioner
"There can only be industrial and economic growth if there is energy."
Hyacinthe Befeno Todimanana
"We're making Ariane 6 to reduce costs."
Director, Guiana Space Centre
"Next year will be the last chance to pursue EU-level reforms before a fateful year of reckoning begins."
Former Swedish prime minister
Polish rule of law under the microscope The European Commission is once again examining the rule of law in Poland.
In major cities across Poland protesters condemn judicial changes which they say will kill judges' independence
Since Russia's annexation of Crimea and the subsequent fighting in Eastern Ukraine, neighbouring Poland has become nervous.
On top of its professional armed forces, Poland is planning to create a kind of militia force, called the “Territorial Defence Force”.
Poland’s populist right-wing government is going to build up a kind of militia force, called the ‘Territorial Defence Force’.
Euronews met a Polish paramilitary unit called Strzelec from Miedzyborow and filmed them during their outdoor training.
By Guy Verhofstadt, former Belgian prime minister
Since coming to power in 2015, Poland’s populist Law and Justice (PiS) party has launched a
The European Union is turning 60.
Thousands of Polish women have protested against the politics of the populist right-wing government in Warsaw.
In the Polish capital Warsaw Euronews meets Jacek Kucharczyk, president of the “Institute of Public Affairs”, a leading Polish think tank.
Hundreds of students in Warsaw and other Polish cities have taken part in marches against the country’s populist government.
Poland's governing party is ready to postpone the start of a new parliamentary session if the opposition ends its nearly month-long occupation of the plenary hall.
Opposition MPs in Poland have vowed to continue their blockade of parliament in a bid to force a re-run of a disputed budget vote.
Demonstrations spilled into a fourth day on Monday over measures seen as attempts to cement the government's grip on power.
Thousands of Poles flooded the streets as the country remembered the 35th anniversary of the declaration of martial law by its former communist regime.
The polish parliament has approved a controversial bill favouring protests organised by the authorities and the church.
If agreed, the proposal means the maximum pensions and disability benefits for around 32,000 former officials would be no larger than the average state payout.
Polish women dressed in black took to the streets on Sunday in another round of protests against the government’s attempts to tighten abortion laws.
Polish women took to the streets on Monday in protest at a government bill that would lead to a total ban on abortion, even for rape victims.
Thousands of people decked in black clothes have taken to the streets of Warsaw to protest against a total ban on abortion in Poland.