The European Court of Justice confirmed French far-right leader Marine Le Pen would have to reimburse €300,000 to the European Parliament on the ground that she did not prove the effectiveness of her parliamentary assistant’s work.
Companies operating in the EU are legally obliged to set up a system to record the working time of their staff members, the European Court of Justice has ruled.
In this edition we look at the wannabe MEPs who are standing for office in a foreign country. Greek former finance minister Yannis Varoufakis is campaigning in Germany, while Michel Barnier's son, Nicolas, is standing across the border from France in neighbouring Belgium.
The European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) has to disclose details of studies on the toxicity of weedkiller, EU judges ruled on Thursday,
Europe's top court ruled on Tuesday that meat from animals slaughtered under religious rites without being stunned first cannot be labelled organic.
Worries grow of another arms race as Russia removes itself from the INF treaty.
The principle of the first country of entry remains, the Luxembourg-based judges ruled
Romania’s most powerful politician has filed a lawsuit against Brussels after claims of corruption involving EU funds.
The Polish government has reinstated a group of Supreme Court judges who had previously been forced into early retirement.
The European Court of Justice rules German coach travel border checks are illegal and in contravention of the Schengen Agreement.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK can unilaterally end the Brexit process.
The rulers [in Poland] do not behave as if they were meaningful constrained by law; whenever it does not suit their political purposes, they simply amend it. This is not a rule of law, this is rule by law.
The taste of a food product cannot be copyrighted, the EU's top court has ruled. It comes after a Dutch cheese manufacturer Heksenkaas filed the claim against a competitor.
On top of their salaries, MEPs are awarded a monthly “general expenditure allowance” of up to €4,416 to fund their constituency offices.
Europe's top court decision is blow for biotech industry and a victory for environmental campaigners
EU court rules Malta's 'barbaric' finch trapping is illegal
European Court of Justice rules that the couple is entitled to the same rights as other married couples in the EU.
The European Commission is taking Britain, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Romania to the European Court of Justice for failing to respect air quality limits.
Europe’s most vulnerable migrants were boosted by a ruling that gives greater protection to those who have been tortured, according to an expert.
The court said large-scale logging in the Bialowieska forest is endangering many species of birds and insects
The European Court of Justice has formally ruled Poland is breaching air pollution limits, opening the door to a possible fine if it doesn’t tackle the deadly problem.
The Amsterdam court agreed to refer their case about exactly what defines EU citizenship to the European Court of Justice.
The European Court of Justice barred the "sexuality tests" from being used as grounds to reject an asylum application.
For most married couples in Europe, their union is legally recognised throughout the continent. But others, like Adrian Coman and Clai Hamilton, have spent six years trying to get the same privilege.
The ruling followed a divorce case by Syrian-German couple who divorced under Sharia law in Syria on October 2013. This is the court's first ruling on the subject.
The EU plans to take legal action against Poland, Hungary and the Czech republic
Officials say the three countries should take in their fair share