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 German chancellor faces mounting criticism at home for her refugee policy after asylum seekers carried out several attacks over the last week.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The new British PM has indicated the UK will not start EU exit talks until she has agreed a joint approach with her Scottish counterpart.
Faced with a possible EU fine for an excessive deficit, acting prime minister Rajoy is struggling at home to form a government that would allow him to adopt a budget.
The new British leader says she needs time to start EU exit talks, as she chooses controversial Brexit leader Boris Johnson as her diplomacy chief.
During his last appearance in parliament as British prime minister, Cameron said it would be good for the UK and for Scotland to keep close relations with the EU.
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Scotland's EU spokesman has said the country is a special case that would not act as a precedent for places such as Catalonia or Corsica if it split from the UK to join the EU.
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Nato's weekend summit was "not so pleasant” for “Mr Putin”, Lithuania said, but the event also exposed Poland's bitter divisions.
The US president and the Council of Europe voiced concerns over rule of law in Poland. The EU commission needed more time.
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Slovak PM Robert Fico faces a confidence vote in the full glare of the EU presidency spotlight amid suspicions that he covered up high level corruption.
Orban's referendum on migration in October is designed to alter EU policy and boost his popularity. But in the post-Brexit climate it could mark a bigger anti-EU swerve.
The rerun of the Austrian election, in the post-Brexit climate, poses questions for the broader viability of the EU's post-WWII vision of a liberal and united Europe.
The parliament passed a bill meant to address foreign critics on judicial reform. NGOs and opposition parties said it did not square with EU demands, but those demands are being kept secret, weakening their hand.
Opening the Slovak presidency of the EU, prime minister Robert Fico stressed the need for the EU to reform, and urged better communication with its citizens on the EU's values and results.
Top CDU officials have said that Schulz should make way for a centre-right MEP at the end of his term. They said his party's views are what make Europeans "angry".
Leading Tory candidate says she would guarantee the rights of EU nationals in UK only if the rights of UK citizens in the EU were safeguarded too.
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