What’s the damage?
We asked two academics to check whether the UK hands over £350m a week to the EU, and if it gets £1 back for every £2 sent to Brussels.
May: Brexit from the ECHR.
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The home secretary is campaigning against Brexit, but with a caveat.
The single market is a complicated beast. It won't be that easy for the UK to get the post-Brexit deal it wants.
Talk and action.
Why the new transparency rules agreed by Europe's five largest economies changes the global tax game.
Can the EU and the U.S. work together on data privacy?
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A new agreement between the European Union and the U.S. would provide more protection of Europeans' data against American mass surveillance than was required before.
Backed the wrong horse?
Sorry Boris, those with a bet at stake think we're staying put.
Counting of the Dutch referendum ballots gets underway.
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Explained: the implications of a Eurosceptic victory in the Netherlands vote.
Greece is facing two major migration problems. As thousands of migrants arrive, Greece's young professionals are on the way out.
Mourning in Brussels.
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Torn between localism and pan-Europeanism, the idea of "Belgium" means almost nothing.
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Immigration is at the heart of the Brexit debate. Here's what the research says about employment.
Police arrive at the scene of the metro explosion in Brussels.
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Fragmented policing had played a part in this tragedy – and the EU must acknowledge what has gone wrong before solutions can be found.
What goes on in the mind of a suicide bomber? What motivates someone to spend their last day on the planet blowing up complete strangers? Bad enough, perhaps, if the strangers in question are soldiers…
Egyptian refugees fleeing Libya with the help of the US Air Force.
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Surely it isn’t too far-fetched to claim that if migrants are to promote democracy back home, it is beneficial for them to experience democratic values and principles in the countries hosting them.
Refugees rescued off the coast of Greece.
How EU leaders have sidestepped the UN Refugee Convention to make a very difficult problem disappear.
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, has been criticised for his comments on how Brexit will affect financial stability in the UK.
EU leaders are to send refugees back to Turkey.
If this cruel proposal is all EU leaders can produce in response to mass human suffering, perhaps it's not a union worth saving.
Cyprus is successfully exiting its bailout at the end of March after three years.
David Cameron at the negotiating table in Brussels.
Two academics examine the claim by Michael Gove that the deal between the UK and the EU is not legally binding.
Meet the Brexiters.
Michael Gove, Chris Grayling and Theresa Villiers head straight for Vote Leave HQ after cabinet meeting. As does the Mayor of London.
Tense times in Brussels ahead of the deal being struck.
Maybe a bit of dissent is just what the doctor ordered for the EU.