But will it be enough for the Eurosceptic politicians?
Research based on data from nearly three million adults suggests that even being slightly overweight doubles the chances of developing Type 2 diabetes.
Mediterranean countries are known for their relaxed lifestyle but a poll finds Greeks and Italians among the most stressed in Europe.
A Euronews survey has highlighted deep divisions in European countries over the EU and revealed that many people think that Brexit has already happened.
The failure by EU countries to build coalitions with like-minded nations reduces their influence and adds to a sense of frustration with the bloc, a study says.
Asian cities dominate a new list of most expensive locations
A new survey has found that the UK has become less attractive to international workers while British workers’ willingness to work abroad has significantly increased.
CIPD publishes list of recommendations to change workplace culture and establish best practices.
High marks for Zurich, Istanbul and Copenhagen airports according to a survey of passengers. But four out of the five worst airports are also European.
A survey of over 26,500 people in Europe finds widespread awareness of fake news online and a relatively high level of trust in traditional media over social networks and video hosting websites.
As the European Union plans to relaunch the “European Project”, Euronews wants your say on how the EU is performing.
Some EU motorists spent three full days stuck in traffic in 2017.
Fear of fake news has shaken confidence in social media especially, while trust in institutions in the US has 'crashed' - 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer.
The global image of the US under Donald Trump has taken a hammering and confidence that he can be trusted to do the right thing is in short supply
Norway has jumped to top spot in this year's World Happiness Report, knocking its neighbour Denmark off the top spot, into second place.
Norway wiped the smile off Denmark’s face on Monday by beating its Nordic neighbour to top spot in a global happiness survey.
Four tumultuous weeks after Donald Trump took office, the American public’s initial impressions of the new president are strongly felt, deeply polarized and far more negative than positive, according