It could get fiery: European leaders are meeting in Brussels to agree the EU's next long-term budget.
The EU budget battle has pitched the frugal rich against those received more than they put in from Brussels.
The EU Commission President called for compromise as groups of member states including "Friends of Cohesion" and "Frugal Five" battle it out over what they should pay and receive.
Giving the EU its own resources is the only way to overcome country divisions on EU spending from national budgets.
Brussels has a new face beginning July 1st: Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne. Rinne said the first two words in the country's plan for the next six months are "climate change."
Progress, but not big breakthrough. Trying to create a budget across the 19 economies of the eurozone is always a challenge.
Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has met with European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker for the latest round of budget talks.
Initially rumoured to be have been called off – the results of the meeting gave new optimism to a topic that had put Italy at loggerheads with Brussels.
The ruling Five Star Movement and its coalition partner, the League party, look to have had a falling out over the budget.
3.8 per cent reduction is not a "massacre", says EU Commission President Juncker
The end of ETA and post-Brexit budget battles in Brussels
Confused about what the EU budget is all about? Watch our our special coffee shop explainer
New punishment tool emerges as EU unveils post-2021 budget plans
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU unveils its post-Brexit budget plans, which include cuts and bonuses. And we look at the future of
As EU tackles a shrinking budget, and increased commitments, cohesion funds for development projects could be slashed
Countries are divided on increasing future spending, after Brexit leaves hole
As EU ministers mull reforms to the bloc's farming policy, concerns are raised about the possible renationalisation of payments.
In this edition of State of the Union: Poland’s new prime minister drops by for dinner in Brussels, but Mateusz Morawiecki does nothing to ease the
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: a new EU plastics tax could help plug the budget blackhole left by Brexit; and Bulgaria sets sights on
EU Budget Commissioner Günther Oettinger presented some of the proposals for the future long-term budget.
Brussels looks for ways to balance the books
EU insists Britain must pay its debts before negotiating future perks.
Our weekly round-up of the top stories from Europe's de-facto political capital
Richer countries will have to cough up more cash when Britain leaves the EU, according to a top German politician.
Brexit will have “quite a significant, but not devastating, impact on the EU budget,” a report by a Berlin-based think tank has found.
EU governments and institutions are set for intense budget negotiations ahead of a Thursday deadline.
This edition of The Real Economy turns the spotlight on the hotly debated issue of deepening Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). What does it