The EU's chief negotiator has said it is 'high time' that London turned good intentions into legal text.
As the Brexit deadline on 31 October looms, there are still many uncertainties about the effects of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. The effects on criminal justice, however, will be immediate and clear.
The race is on once again to try to secure a revised exit deal, with the EU and UK engaged in intensified talks ahead of an EU summit.
Europe is recognising that great-power competition is back and that autopilot solutions, or knee-jerk reactions, are no more than the illusion of a plan. The game that Europe loves so much to play, multilateralism, is under threat.
Brexit enters a new urgent phase, while the EU slammed Turkey's offensive in Northern Syria, we round up the week in Brussels and beyond.
Intensive Brexit talks will continue on Monday after the weekend’s discussions brought no breakthrough between London and Brussels.
More than 1.3 million of the estimated 3.6 million EU citizens residing in Britain have applied to the Settlement Scheme, British government figures show.
Closing the gap between rich and poor- a great aim of regional development funding. One proposal is to improve the food production system. The urban agriculture model is being tested in the suburbs of Brussels with the goal of creating more sustainable food chains in cities.
Goulard was the victim of a "political game", the French president's office said.
The UK and Irish leaders met on Thursday with few expectations of a breakthrough over a Brexit deal.
Italian politicians have backed a radical overhaul of the country's parliament that will see around a third of them losing their job.
This week Brussels Bureau brings you all the latest on the hearings for Team Ursula. New updates every day.
Delays at the border, problems for truck drivers, Europe's second largest port prepares for the turbulence of a No Deal.
If there is a single lesson to take away from the referendum result, it’s that large swathes of the country have been ignored, and that the opportunities available to them aren’t up to scratch.
The shameful political game conducted by EU countries, motivated by the short-term goal of ensuring no rescue ships dock in their ports, has led to countless standoffs at sea.
Ireland's finance minister due to outline how nation will deal with impact of UK leaving the EU without a deal
Socialist Antonio Costa wins another term. But what else did we learn from Portugal's parliamentary election?
"Member States agreed that the UK proposals do not provide a basis for concluding an agreement."
Spain has summoned the US ambassador in Madrid to express its complete rejection of any new US tariffs on European Union goods.
In a move that threatens to ignite a transatlantic trade war the US is set to impose tariffs on 6.8 billion euros of EU goods.
Boris Johnson will write to the EU seeking another Brexit extension if a deal has not been agreed by October 19, according to government papers submitted to a Scottish court.
A trade expert influential with the UK government tells Euronews the EU must abandon its insistence on an all-island customs territory.
Tusk says EU is 'fully behind Ireland' over Brexit and 'unconvinced' by Boris Johnson's latest border plan.
Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
The European Commission has revealed new regulations on household appliances to encourage energy saving and reuse.
EU leaders are reserving full judgement on the UK prime minister’s plan, but critics say it crosses several red lines.