Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has rebuffed calls to quit after losing a key by-election to the Conservatives.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has warned how Brexit could threaten peace in Northern Ireland after a meeting with Irish PM Enda Kenny.
The Hungarian capital Budapest could decide as soon as next week whether to drop its bid to hold the 2024 Olympics after a petition with over 266,000 signatures opposing the games was handed…
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has kicked off campaigning for the popular vote that aims to create an executive presidency in the country.
Junker says complex Brexit talks will take longer than two years
Swiss voters have approved a relaxation of their country’s citizenship rules, dismissing suggestions from the far-right that the move could pose a security…
Switzerland is holding a referendum on making it easier for people born in the country to become citizens. It is opposed by a right-wing party.
Catalonia’s former President Artur Mas has accused the Spanish government of abusing its power.
Switzerland heads to the polls this Sunday for a nationwide referendum on whether to make naturalisation for third-generation immigrants easier.
The price tag of staging a global multi-sport event always divides the citizens of the country or city involved.
A movement of young Hungarian activists have launched a campaign for the cancellation of Budapest's bid for the Olympic Games in 2024, pointing out the cost of the event and the risk of corruption.
Britain’s Theresa May on Wednesday finally agreed to publish her plans for Brexit in a White Paper policy document.
Carles Puigdemont was elected as head of Spain’s Catalonia region in January last year on a platform of delivering independence.
The UK Supreme Court has confirmed that parliament must be given a vote before the process to exit the European Union can begin.
“A time-wasting and costly mistake” is how some critics have described the British government’s efforts to trigger Brexit without parliamentary approval.
Two high-ranking EU officials have responded cautiously to Theresa May's speech in which she confirmed that the UK would leave the single market.
The UK Prime Minister says that a Brexit deal will have to pass a parliamentary vote but that Britain will leave the single market.
Italy’s new prime minister Paolo Gentiloni has undergone emergency heart surgery.
Iceland has a new centre-right coalition government after a two-month impasse.
In her first interview of the year, Theresa May set out a rather ambitious goal for the deal with Brussels, as Scotland's First Minister warned over the hard Brexit strategy.
Ruptured relationships, racism and residency - a taste of life for EU citizens in pre-Brexit BritainAnne-Laure Donskoy, one of the founders of the 3 million group, which fights for the rights of EU citizens living in the UK, has spoken to Euronews about the key issues that have been facing its membe
Anne-Laure Donskoy, one of the founders of the 3 million group, which fights for the rights of EU citizens living in the UK, has spoken to Euronews about the key issues that have been facing its membe
Six months on from the Brexit vote, Euronews caught up with five EU nationals based in Britain to find out how they have been coping since the referendum.
The constitutional court in Madrid says it will make a definitive ruling within five months on Catalonia's planned referendum.
Kyrgyzstan has voted overwhelmingly in favour of constitutional changes boosting the power of the prime minister.
Talks between the Venezuelan government and a coalition of opposition parties have reached a stalemate which facilitators from the Vatican are hoping to break.
The world’s oldest operating bank Monte dei Paschi needs to raise five billion euros by the end of this month.
Italy’s outgoing Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has agreed to stay in office for a few more days after talks at the presidential palace.
Sociologist Luca Ricolfi speaks on the Italian 'no' vote and the future of the country as PM Matteo Renzi steps down.
The referendum result in Italy has prompted reaction from leaders across Europe.