10.12.13 @ 20:15
Luxembourg and Austria came under attack on Tuesday after blocking plans to increase transparency in tax reporting.
15.11.13 @ 09:22
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14.10.13 @ 09:29
06.12.13 @ 18:28
Merkel has "no memory" of pressuring Spain on taking a bailout in 2011, as alleged in a book by former Spanish PM Zapatero.
03.12.13 @ 09:27
Britain's attorney general has threatened to sue the EU if it tries to seize more powers, while making fun of EU officials.
28.11.13 @ 19:26
Scottish leader Salmond has played down Spain's claim that an independent Scotland would be kicked out of the EU.
06.12.13 @ 09:24
The EU's financial transactions tax is legal and would not discriminate against countries outside its remit, according to EU commission lawyers.
02.12.13 @ 09:54
Croatia has voted to alter its constitution, defining marriage as a "union between a man and a woman."
27.11.13 @ 09:39
Merkel has clinched a deal on a "Grand Coalition" with the Social Democrats, but the centre-left party still needs the approval of its members.
27.11.13 @ 09:27
The EU commission last week discussed with member states how best to go about communicating a EU-US trade deal to the public and national media.
20.11.13 @ 09:29
MEPs have approved the first-ever cut to the EU’s seven-year spending cycle in the bloc’s history, bringing to an end over a year of talks.
18.11.13 @ 11:21
EU and US negotiators have promised that a free trade deal will not harm consumer protection or environmental standards.
14.11.13 @ 09:27
A political group uniting Europe's far-right and anti-EU forces moved a step closer after Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders confirmed plans to work together.
21.11.13 @ 18:21
Greece's 2014 budget is set to hit the statute book without the approval of the country's creditors, after the country's government tabled its spending plans to the Greek parliament.
19.11.13 @ 09:26
The European Commission should be slimmed down, with only a handful of commissioners handling the bloc's big portfolios, the Netherlands says.
18.11.13 @ 09:20
Spain's border checks on Gibraltar have not broken EU law, the European Commission has said.
13.11.13 @ 10:18
A new bargaining chip has emerged in ongoing German coalition talks: the idea of holding referendums on major EU decisions.
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