The EU executive's order that Apple pays unpaid taxes has been slammed as unfair and dangerous for business.
The French president has joined a growing list of people to brand the TTIP talks a failure, but the EU Commission says talks will go on.
Mateusz Morawiecki has dismissed EU complaints over the rule of law as he prepares to go to the UK to poach City of London business.
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The UK’s two main demands: migration control and single market access are irreconcilable. Something will have to give.
The Italian Coast Guard on Monday helped coordinate one of the largest rescue operations in the Mediterranean in recent years. Around 6,500 people were saved.
The EU Commission said the US tech firm paid far too little in taxes on its profits thanks to Irish tax rulings that amounted to illegal state aid.
French trade minister called for "the pure, simple and definitive halt of these negotiations" because France was not backing them anymore.
The EU executive will announce how much the tech giant must pay back to Ireland, two years after it ruled that tax decisions in Dublin amounted to illegal state aid.
EU institutions, chancellor Merkel's spokesman and some EU leaders rebuke German politician's statements that TTIP negotiations have "failed".
Campaigners say young Europeans need better quality jobs and contracts, after a UN agency documents how hundreds of thousands of young workers risk living in poverty.
While other sectors fall apart, Europe's digital economy is booming thanks to smaller countries like Estonia, Finland and Ireland. They need to shout louder about their ambitions.
The need for cohesion between the Nordic and Baltic regions becomes even greater when the Baltic countries are subjected to Russian pressure.
The vice chancellor said free trade talks with the US had failed, but that a similar deal with Canada was much fairer and should be adopted.
The German chancellor sticks by her welcoming policy towards migrants, while a poll suggests more than 50 percent of Germans do not want her to stand for a fourth term in office.
People seeking international protection in the so-called Jungle in Calais in northern France should be moved to the UK, said French presidential hopeful Nicolas Sarkozy.
The British treasury is willing to let EU migrants keep coming to the UK in return for single market access, but other ministries want to take a hard line.
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The EU's eastern bloc wants Brussels to hand back powers to capitals, but also wants a European army, Merkel was told in Poland amid preparations for a post-Brexit summit.
Merkel is meeting 12 EU leaders in the next two days to forge alliances before the Bratislava summit in September on the EU's future, where different views are bound to clash.
Two Turkish ministers said that Ankara would end the agreement to reduce the number of migrants coming to Europe if it does not get visa-free travel to the EU.
The EU has stayed woefully silent on Hungary's state-sponsored campaign of xenophobic lies against people fleeing war.
According to Greece, car firms can try to get their vehicles approved for sale even if they have failed tests elsewhere. Other countries say the opposite is true.
Italian prime minister is expected to present a quick reconstruction plan and request more budget flexibility from the EU after this week's tragic earthquake.
Europe’s messy copyright legal framework doesn’t belong in the 21st century. A citizens' movement can help reform it.
The interior minister warns against "stigmatisation" of Muslims after a woman was fined for wearing a scarf and leggings on a beach.
The EU has urged Turkey to clarify if it still wants to join the bloc, as relations between Ankara and Western allies deteriorate.
A US Treasury report accuses the EU Commission of undermining the global fight against tax avoidance.
A government report could have been more detailed, but it was already more damning in tone than its German and UK counterparts.
The EU executive supports the former head of the Greek statistic office, who faces criminal charges for accurately reporting deficit figures.
Greece says 7,000 are approved for relocation but EU states are not answering their calls, and Italy urges other states to follow Germany's example.
The German chancellor will meet 15 EU leaders this week to forge a common position on Europe's future after Brexit.