Liberal candidate Guy Verhofstadt has pulled out of the race to become the European Parliament president, throwing his weight behind the EPP's Antonio Tajani.
A group chaired by former Italian PM and EU commissioner Mario Monti says Brexit should be used to create EU-level levies to depend less on member states contributions, and to abolish member states rebates in the EU budget.
EU foreign relations chief Mogherini has warned that if Trump moved the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem it could have “serious consequences”.
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- UK parliament to vote in final Brexit deal
- UK to leave EU single market after Brexit
- Center-right Tajani ahead in EU parliament vote
- Verhofstadt to back Tajani in EP race
- Auditors criticise EU food waste
- Former Nato chief optimistic on Trump's 'potential'
- Northern Ireland to hold snap elections
- US marines arrive in Norway
The International Monetary Fund has upgraded its economic forecasts for the eurozone and the UK this year, but said British growth would slow down in 2018.
Mark Rutte says there is "zero" chance he will join a government with Geert Wilders after the 15 March election.
Germany has said Trump's anti-Nato and pro-Russia remarks caused “astonishment” in Europe. France said EU must react with "unity".
The British leader is expected to say that the UK will not aim for "partial membership" of the European Union in a policy speech on Tuesday.
For the Mediterranean country that just took the EU presidency, the migration crisis is still there and must be addressed internally and externally.
May to tell EU she is prepared to quit single market if she does not get her way in Brexit talks, with one option to turn the UK into a tax haven.
The Five Star Movement is still leading in polls after it failed to switch from a eurosceptic to a pro-EU group in the European Parliament.
Donald Trump is inaugurated as US president, world leaders meet in Davos, Theresa May lays out her plan for Brexit and the EP elects a new president.
The incoming US president gives his first newspaper interview since his election, telling The Times and Bild that Brexit will be a good thing for the UK.
Controlling immigration while ensuring single market for UK businesses will be difficult, a cross-party report warns.
A Russian-backed warlord could start a “civil war” in Libya, increasing refugee flows to Europe, Malta, the new EU presidency, has said.
The outgoing US ambassador to the EU, Anthony L Gardner, says Trump's transitional team had placed a call to officials at the EU institutions asking which member state would be next to leave the European Union.
The EU must take better care of its own security in the Trump era and must establish control of immigration, German chancellor Angela Merkel has said.
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A number of British ministers don’t believe that Brexit hard or soft will cause London to lose its place as Europe’s financial capital.
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Marine Le Pen reportedly did not meet with anyone from the Donald Trump team following her unannounced appearance at the Trump Tower in Manhattan.
Finance minister Scicluna said that a report published by Green MEPs was "unfair" and that Malta had "nothing to hide".
Hungarian NGOs funded by philanthropist George Soros have vowed to defy prime minister Viktor Orban’s plan to “sweep them out” of the country.
The Maltese EU presidency said a "similar approach" to the Turkey deal could stop migrants coming from Libya, but the UN said the plan was a non-starter.
Maltese PM said that EU institutions, including the Court of Justice, would continue to hold legal primacy during the post-Brexit transition period.
Trump's nominee for US secretary of state indicated he would take a tough line on Russian aggression in Europe, but was unclear on the future of sanctions.
Far-right parties are planning to launch a joint anti-EU campaign, but their attempt at a show of unity has highlighted differences within Germany's anti-system AfD.
EU citizens should be barred from taking jobs if a qualified Austrian has applied to the same position, says Austria's centre-left chancellor.
Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders for the first time exchanged maps outlining a possible reunified island, just before a multilateral conference on Thursday.
MEPs expected to back German's promotion despite his foul mouth and his cozy ties with pro-Kremlin lobbyists.
In its first ever EU presidency, the smallest member state aims to reduce the "huge disconnect" between politicians and citizens.
EU commissioners have raised fresh concerns about fake news and hacking in Europe, but warned that there are “no easy solutions”.
The EU commission proposes overhauling an e-privacy directive it says will guarantee privacy for both content and metadata derived from electronic communications.
The leader of the centre-right EPP group said socialist and liberal party bosses must back his bloc's candidate for parliament's president or risk empowering extremists.
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