Mr Johnson has pledged to leave the EU on October 31 no matter what, and is now readying himself for a quick trade deal with the US in the event of a...

Speaking at the Romanian town of Băile Tușnad on Saturday, Mr Orbán said Hungary is on a “reassuring path” both financially and socially, but...

The Labour Party leader challenged the newly-elected Prime Minister to “go back to the people” with his Brexit plan, reiterating his Party...

Anti-EU parties, such as Matteo Salvini’s Lega Nord (League) Party, last night struck fear into their European Union foes as they vowed a radical...

The veteran Labour MP advised ministers how they should respond to the European Council president’s suggestion that there was a “special...

Following a lengthy discussion on Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Ms Ridge asked the Labour leader where he stood on euroscepticism. She highlighted how...

Mr Davis could back an amendment that would force a commitment that there will be no customs border down the Irish Sea. It is one of the four amendments...

The European Commission is proposing to amend its Motor Insurance Directive (Directive 2009/103/EC) in an attempt to incorporate a judgement from the...

Following the landslide re-election of Viktor Orban on Sunday commentators have questioned whether the centre-left is on the decline, and whether a new...

A new report, compiled by the European Commission, has shed light on how EU citizens feel about the bloc, with a few surprising outcomes. According to...

Former prime minister Matteo Renzi, leader of the ruling centre-left Democratic Party (PD), has admitted there is a lot of work to do after local elections...