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.
Persecuted in Turkey as the alleged authors of the July putsch, the followers of Islamic teacher Fethullah Gulen are highly active in the EU capital.
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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.
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.
The interior minister warns against "stigmatisation" of Muslims after a woman was fined for wearing a scarf and leggings on a beach.
The German chancellor will meet 15 EU leaders this week to forge a common position on Europe's future after Brexit.
A report says a Brexit with no access to the EU single market would cost Scotland up to €13 billion a year.
Ankara reproaches Vienna for allowing a PKK demonstration but not anti-coup rallies. But the Austrian police said there is no ban on Turkish demonstrations.
Merkel, Hollande and Renzi urge better security and intelligence cooperation between EU nations at a meeting designed to relaunch the union after Brexit.
The leaders of Germany, France and Italy meet for the second time after Brexit to come up with plans how to salvage the European project at the mid-September Bratislava summit.
The EU's 1 June "opinion" on the problems, which had been kept secret, is to be made public on Friday through a freedom of information request.
A leaked document linking Ankara to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood is the latest blow to German-Turkish relations.
After eight months and two elections, Spain's political parties edge closer to a deal that would keep Mariano Rajoy as prime minister in return for anti-corruption reforms.
The clock is ticking towards Poland's EU deadline to solve it's constitutional crisis, after the government's latest attempt to repair the situation was ruled unconstitutional by the country's constitutional court.
Spain’s Socialist Party was seen as the only gainer from a potential third election – but a return to the ballot box would produce another fragmented parliament, a closely watched opinion poll showed on Monday.
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Immigration and terrorism top people's concerns in Europe - a shift since the economic crisis. But the EU commission flattered itself in its reading of the latest polls.
Conservative leader and acting PM Mariano Rajoy has not ruled out trying to form a minority government if other parties any him support, amid looming EU budget ultimatums.
British leader Theresa May has said free movement of EU workers to Britain cannot continue as in the past, while visiting Slovakia and Poland on Thursday.
The situation in Poland shows that democracy, the rule of law and human rights do not speak for themselves. If the Union wants to safeguard its fundamental values, it must create support for them among Europeans.
The British prime minister renews her threat that she will not guarantee the rights of EU citizens living in the UK, during talks with Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi.
Former internal market commissioner Michel Barnier will head the EU's team tasked with negotiating the UK's exit from the bloc.
The German chancellor faces mounting criticism at home for her refugee policy after asylum seekers carried out several attacks over the last week.
British PM Theresa May promised Northern Ireland that there would be no return to the "borders of the past" in an effort to dispel concerns ahead of Brexit talks.
Scotland should have the option to have a second referendum on independence, if its interests are not protected in the Brexit talks, argued the coutry's first minister.
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban is the first EU leader to show support for Donald Trump, hailing his plans to limit immigration.
French president said UK must respects all freedoms attached to access to EU single market. He said UK can take some time to prepare negotiations.
Hungary's government has unveiled six billboards linking the migration crisis to terrorism and crime in an effort to win backing for its referendum on the EU's migration policy.
EU court ruling on bank bailouts has raised the likelihood of a political embarrassment for Renzi, months before a referendum puts his future and, potentially, Italy’s euro future on the line.
Almost 250 people have been killed in attacks over the last 18 months, putting pressure on the government to take more security measures.