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Tusk vows to tackle nationalists head on
In this week's state of the union, newly elected president of the European People's Party Donald Tusk says he will take on populists and nationalists.
Donald Tusk lands new job trying to revive Europe's centre-right
The outgoing EU Council President and former Polish prime minister will try and turn around the fortunes of the EPP grouping.
EU's Tusk warns post-Brexit UK will be 'second-rate player'
Britain will lose influence in international affairs and become a "second-rate player" after it leaves the bloc, EU Council president Donald Tusk said on Wednesday.
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The Brexit saga continues in this week's State of the Union
In the State of the Union, we look at the delay to Brexit that Boris Johnson promised wouldn't happen, the call from MEPs for EU sanctions for Turkey and the farewell to Tusk and Juncker.
Watch again: 'A no-deal Brexit will never be our decision', says Tusk
Juncker and Tusk make statements on last week's European Council meeting.
Here are the five key takeaways from the latest EU summit
Brexit, budget, climate, enlargement, Turkey's military incursion in Syria — what the EU leaders decide on the key issues?
Farage predicts 'new future for British democracy'; MEPs debate Brexit
MEPs in Strasbourg engaged in an emotional debate on Tuesday over last week's decision to extend the Brexit deadline until October 31.
EU leaders give Theresa May a Brexit delay until October 31
EU leaders give Theresa May a Brexit delay until October 31.
New Brexit deadline set for May 22 if MPs back divorce deal
But if MPs do not back the withdrawal agreement then the EU will agree to a shorter delay until April 12.
Hungary's Orban said he voluntarily agreed to Fidesz suspension
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he voluntarily agreed to pause Fidesz' party participation from the EPP.
EU Council President visits Ukraine
While visiting Ukraine to commemorate the Ukranian revolution, EU Council President Donald Tusk promises that Europe will never recognize Russia's annexation of Crimea. He also said that Europe will not give up sanctions against Moscow.
EU tells May: No renegotiation - basta!
Britain unsuccessfully tries to get concessions from EU27
Could Brexit be called off? 'Who knows' says EU chief
European Council President Donald Tusk raises prospect of Brexit not happening after UK resignations
EU Summit: 'Too early to talk about success'
A word of caution from EU Council President as marathon talks on migration wrap-up in Brussels
Mideast and Iran overshadow EU-West Balkans summit
There's a changing menu in Sofia, where EU enlargement had due to be focus of meeting
EU plans to challenge Trump's tariffs before WTO
Europe among the countries likely to suffer most from new U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
'Ireland first' - EU's Tusk fires Brexit warning shot
The UK is told Brexit negotiations risk stalling if a realistic solution isn't offered for Irish border issue
Brief from Brussels: Free trade agreement for Brexit Britain?
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: EU Council President Donald Tusk publishes draft guidelines for the bloc’s future relationship with
Brexit: Donald Tusk reveals EU27 draft trade negotiating guidelines
The EU Council President has unveiled the EU27’s draft guidelines for the Brexit trade talks, in response to Theresa May’s speech on the future UK-EU relationship last week.
EU: UK's Brexit position based on 'pure illusion'
European Council President repeats there can be no "cherry-picking" after meeting of EU leaders in Brussels
Brief: Austria prioritises migration and Juncker to announce verdict on Spitzenkandidat
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
Migration a priority for Austrian EU presidency
European Council President Donald Tusk arrived in Vienna on Tuesday for talks on Austria's upcoming EU presidency. Chancellor Sebastain Kurz stressed he will take the same hard line on immigration at the European level as he has at home.
Donald Tusk travels to Germany while MEPs urge Turkey to drop its state of emergency
In The Brief from Brussels today: EU Council chief Donald Tusk was all smiles as he greeted German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin. Merkel has
Germany and France will ensure Europe's stability - Tusk
The head of the EU Council has visited Angela Merkel to congratulate her on forming a governing coalition.
Brief from Brussels: EU leader under fire over refugee quotas
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: European Council President Donald Tusk faces criticism, after suggesting that mandatory refugee quotas
EU leader under fire over suggesting refugee quotas could be scrapped
European Council's Donald Tusk says quotas have been "divisive" and "ineffective"