LONDON (Reuters) – Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said he had been reassured by British Prime Minister Theresa May that her plan to form a government with support from a Northern Irish party would
VIENNA (Reuters) – Thomas Wieser, the EU official who runs preparations for Eurogroup meetings, hopes Greece will be able to tap international markets for money between autumn this year and spring
PRAGUE (Reuters) – The European Union’s door remains open to Britain although the country is likely to continue in its divorce proceedings after voting to leave the bloc a year ago, European
KARLSRUHE (Reuters) – Germany’s constitutional court has held up a European patent law that would have allowed inventors in any member country to easily challenge patent violations in any other EU
LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May’s failed gamble on a snap election throws Brexit – and the formal Brexit talks – into uncharted waters.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission said on Tuesday it would open a formal investigation into clothing group Guess , saying it suspected the company of banning retailers from selling
LONDON (Reuters) – Campaigner Gina Miller and Liberal Democrat election candidate George Turner took to London’s River Thames to promote a pro-European Union tactical voting campaign, parodying a