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Will Scotland's longest-serving leader deliver an independence vote?
Nicola Sturgeon passes her predecessors this week to become Scotland's longest serving first minister - and plans to hold a new independence referendum in 2023.
UK 'miscalculating' over unilateral action to override Brexit treaty
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney told Euronews the UK is wrong if it thinks overriding the Northern Ireland Protocol would not provoke a trade war with the EU.
Mallorca: Travellers in for hellish summer thanks to staff shortages
Passengers at Mallorca’s Palma airport have suffered horror delays this month - but with recruitment stalling, things may still get worse.
Explained: What is the Northern Ireland Protocol?
The EU and the UK continue to be at loggerheads over the special trade arrangement.
EU hits back after UK moves to change post-Brexit trade rules
London insists the planned legislation would not break international law.
Johnson battles on two fronts as N Ireland deal returns to haunt him
The UK prime minister heads to Belfast on Monday at loggerheads with unionists and the EU over the protocol he negotiated in order to secure Brexit.
Unionists block new Northern Ireland government over Brexit trade rule
The Democratic Unionist Party's move deepens Northern Ireland's political deadlock, which is fueling a UK-EU feud.
'Question marks over Northern Ireland's place in EU's single market'
It comes amid a long-running dispute between London and Brussels over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Do Western Balkan countries like Macron's idea for a two-tier Europe?
Serbia, Albania, North Macedonia and Montenegro all applied to join the EU more than a decade ago.
MEPs meet with UK lawmakers to discuss Ukraine war and Brexit
The joint parliamentary meeting comes in the midst of growing tensions regarding the Northern Ireland Protocol.
What do we know about Macron's idea for a two-tier Europe?
Critics say Macron's plan is just an attempt to appease non-EU countries waiting in the wings, some of whom have been in the candidacy queue for years now.
Scholz warns UK against 'unilateral' change to N Ireland Brexit accord
London says the deal is "not tenable" in its current form and Northern Irish unionists are refusing to take part in a power-sharing administration unless it is scrapped.
How will Sinn Fein's win in Northern Ireland impact Brexit?
The historic vote in Northern Ireland was succeeded by well-rehearsed accusations of inflexibility from both Brussels and London.
Sinn Fein seals historic Northern Ireland election win
Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Fein's Vice President, called it a "historic day" and said the party would "work hard for everyone."
Britain looks to the Gulf to boost post-Brexit trade
Euronews speaks to the UK's trade commissioner for the Middle East, Simon Penney, about the British government's efforts to strengthen commercial and trade links with the UAE and the wider Gulf region.
Johnson admits 'tough night' as Tories lose ground in local elections
The UK's ruling party was almost wiped out in London and lost councils elsewhere, but the Labour opposition has failed to make a breakthrough nationally.
What is at stake as voters head to polls in elections across the UK?
Thursday's local elections are seen as a major test for PM Boris Johnson and his ruling Conservatives.