Today's Brexit Brief: Juncker doubts Wednesday's meeting with Theresa May will "be a productive discussion", a UN report says the UK will lose its global influence and the Dutch Brexit monster enjoys massive success.
In today's Raw Moment, friendlier times between the European Commission president and the Hungarian prime minister from way back when.
The Hungarian government revealed its new campaign poster on Monday afternoon, which takes aim at European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros
As Theresa May headed back to Brussels try and amend a Brexit deal, a protester tried to jump out in front of May's car.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said at a plenary session of the European Parliament on Wednesday that the withdrawal agreement remains "the best and only possible deal" and that "it would not be renegotiated".
To secure any changes, the British prime minister faces European Union leaders who, until now, have not shown willing to touch the Irish backstop.
Former EU Commission President promoting social infrastructure investment
Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker caught on camera in tense exchange at Brexit summit.
The U.K. — a nation which in living memory was administering the largest empire in the history of the world — is at present a country where the deluded are fighting with those in denial. It could all end very badly indeed.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has cancelled a trip to Spain this week to focus on Brexit negotiations.
Bulgaria has become the latest EU nation to snub a UN migration pact that will be debated in December.
German politician, Manfred Weber won the backing of the European People's Party on Thursday to stand in the race to become European Commission president.
European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker is on a two-day visit to Tunisia. The politician was hoping to keep the trip focused on trade, but he can't escape the issue around migration.
European Commission not to shy away from showdown with nationalist government in Rome
Juncker channelled moves that echoed May's now infamous entrance to the Conservative Party Conference stage, where she grooved to ABBA's Dancing Queen.
The Italian deputy prime minister has threatened to sue Jean-Claude Juncker after the EU Commission President compared Italy to Greece.
Matteo Salvini said Mr Juncker's comments pushed up Rome’s cost of borrowing.
British politicians have compared the EU to a Soviet prison and said the bloc had a similar goal to Hitler's. Meanwhile on the continent, some serious trolling has been conducted on social media.
Slovak vows to tackle what he describes as "barbed wire" mentality dividing the bloc
The focus of this edition of our weekly review State of the Union is the very busy week of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Jean-Claude Juncker
Which issues do young Europeans care about most?
Heated debate in the European Parliament on nationalism and liberalism
Nigel Farage gifts Jean-Claude Juncker a pair of Union Jack socks - to promote patriotism "on a nation-state level"
This time last year, Juncker had a few hot files on his desk including Catalonia, which had just voted to gain independence from Spain in a controversial referendum.
Exclusive: Juncker defends his record, says EU is better off than before
How do you rate what was most important in Juncker's 14-page, 50-minute long State of the Union speech? Euronews analysed the address to find out which words he repeated most, thus revealing what matters most to him.
We've been through Juncker's speech so you don't have to.