Business as usual for European commissioner for competition, Margrethe Vestager.
The EU's antitrust case against Russian energy giant Gazprom is about competition, but has many political elements to it too.
A Brexit is UKIP’s big selling point, but an EU withdrawal isn’t as popular as they think.
UKIP's clear belief that the UK public wants out of the EU isn't based on facts.
Hundreds more migrants rescued as they flee violence and conflict in Africa.
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It remains to be seen whether the EU's narrow approach can prevent further deaths in the Mediterranean.
Survival capsule used by Australia to return asylum seekers from Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan to Indonesia.
What would it mean if the European Union decided to "get Australian" and adopt a tougher approach to asylum seekers? Could it work, and at what cost?
Hint … it’s more than sartorial advice.
Syriza came to power promising to renegotiate Greece's relationship with the EU. The fallout of their attempts to do so is a lesson for a UK that would try to do the same.
Will negotiators play a game of chicken or be able to clink champagne glasses over a nice chicken dinner?
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Much is at stake as negotiators meet in New York this week in hopes of aligning disparate transatlantic regulations.
Only 28 bodies have been recovered from the tragedy, with 900 feared drowned.
The current situation in which thousands are dying is untenable. Here are some ideas.
The Finns Party celebrating their leap forward.
After four years of a government that put itself at the centre of the EU, Finland has dramatically changed course.
Instead of giving specifics on immigration, UKIP came up empty-handed.
UKIP's immigration policies should have cleared away any ambiguity about what the party wants. Instead, they've added to it.
Let’s not look too hard.
Delving into the party manifesto reveals significant inconsistencies.
Abide with me, not Juncker.
The Conservative promise to hold a referendum on the UK’s European Union membership has been presented as a clear dividing line between the three main parties in the 2015 election campaign. While the Conservatives…
Is it really the end of the affair?
After the 2010 election, the coalition promptly ordered a huge review of the EU. Then it spent years ignoring the findings.
Spot the elephant in the room.
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Both the public and the parliament need to get serious about the EU membership debate.
‘Don’t look at him, François.’
The EU's millions in aid to Palestinian territories has come to very little – and Netanyahu's re-election demands a new approach.
Stay in Europe, get forced into tiny trains.
Don't believe everything you hear before polling day.
Long-discussed, TTIP negotiations started in 2013.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will be the world's biggest free trade agreement. But what's at stake?
Are we waving too many flags for Europe in history lessons?
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Claims by a group of eminent British historians that Eurohistory is taking over the school curriculum are unfounded.
Not all it’s cracked up to be.
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Don't believe the hype about free trade, there are zero guarantees it will make us better off.
They didn’t call it ‘Euromaidan’ for nothing.
Fairly or not, the European Union's foreign policy has been an international laughing stock for two decades. But Ukraine is changing that.
Brexit ‘bad for business’ says BCC director John Longworth.
There have been calls for an early referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. But they did not originate from Conservative eurosceptic backbenchers or from UKIP, as one would expect. Instead, it was…