"[Romania's PM designate] only knows to say yes and that's how things will be from now on."
"All I do is sing, which is what I love, and it comes out naturally"
"We, the people of the world, have got to own this new technology, so that the profits and rewards come broadly to people, rather than go to a few billionaires."
Prof. Richard Freeman, Harvard economics professor
"We, here on the continent, haven’t had a change of heart. Our hearts are still open to you"
European Council President
"There is no alternative for us other than to fight back. This is the biggest challenge for my generation"
Greek university student
""The main thing is we got him back on board, he is safe. But I think it just showed everyone how hard it is to actually see the guy in the water, even on a sunny day, 18 knots and sunshine, you know you wouldn't want to be doing it in 20 knots in the dark. I don't think you would find him you know.""
Skipper, Team Hun Sung Hai/Scallywag
"These are really important social issues that affect all of us all over in our communities. And we can't just leave this up to governments to solve these problems"
"‘Aussie flu’ is actually a bit of a misnomer. It is a strain that we have seen in previous seasons in the UK, in fact we saw it circulating last season. Hospital admissions have increased due to a combination of influenza A and B and no strain is currently dominating."
Professor Paul Cosford
Medical Director, Public Health England
Euronews reporter Sarah Chappell, in London for the British General Election, filed this analysis of the nights dramatic events.
“After weeks of
UK Prime Minister David Cameron promised a referendum on EU membership if he won a second term in office. Eurosceptism remains high in Britain with
It has been a disastrous night for the Labour party in Britain who suffered a crushing defeat in the election. In light of his party’s poor showing
British financial markets reacted with glee as the Conservatives claimed election victory.
Investors breathed a sign of relief as the prospect of a
Across the UK the media is reacting to the shock result of a Conservative majority in the 2015 general election. Here’s what some of them are
One of the election results that was no surprise was the hammering dealt out to the Liberal Democrats, but it was a disaster of epic proportions for
state of the union
This week on Europe Weekly, we recap the UK general election results and a promised referendum on its EU membership. Ahead of the eurozone finance
Here we take a look at the big stories from this exceptionally unpredictable general election.
Smashing all expectations the
It was an eventful night in the UK election, here’s a wrap-up of some of the more quirky and unexpected details. 1: There’s a big mismatch between
Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, and his wife Marina Wheeler leave a polling station in Islington, north London, after casting their votes in the
Below is a list of some of the best-known MPs who have lost their seats in the 2015 UK general election.
Ed Balls , Labour, former Chancellor of
Nationalists are on course for a landslide win in Scotland, obliterating the opposition. The Scottish National Party has taken a string of seats
Sweeping success is predicted for Scottish nationalists, as part of Britain’s elections. The Scottish National Party is set to take 58 out of 59
As counting begins in the UK general election, an exit poll forecasts a shock lead for the Conservatives, although a hung parliament could still be on the cards.
David Cameron’s Conservatives won an unexpectedly big victory in the UK’s general election, after nationalists took hold in Scotland. It was
Boris Johnson may have hoped to amble quietly to the polling station to cast his ballot in his Islington consitituency in north London, but it turned
The incumbent British Prime Minister David Cameron put on a brave face as he turned out to vote in the UK’s most unpredictable election in decades
With just 8% of the British population the Scottish vote is proving key in an election that is too close to call.
People are reporting larger queues than they have ever seen before at some of the 50,000 polling stations now open across the UK. That is on top of
Fears of an indecisive result in Britain’s general election and a weak government hurt shares in London and helped the European markets down in the