The European commission has told member states to step-up their preparations for all Brexit scenarios amid political chaos in the UK – including the “worst possible outcome.”
The new Brexit Secretary, Dominic Raab, admitted Leave campaigners would have pushed for a second referendum if they had lost the 2016 vote, Yahoo can reveal.
British teenagers who applied for the EU’s rail ticket giveaway were more likely to be successful than peers on the continent, Yahoo can reveal.
The first minister of Wales has warned Britain is set to crash out of the EU without a deal next year unless negotiations are extended.
Two Cabinet ministers are missing major meetings in Brussels today as the government attempts to see-off a Conservative rebellion over its customs bill.
Jean-Claude Juncker’s difficulties staying upright at an international summit this week were the result of a flare-up of a long-time health problem, his spokesman has said.
Theresa May’s vision for Brexit has received its first serious knockback from Brussels as MEPs objected to her plan for maintaining frictionless trade.
Theresa May has accepted EU demands for a clause in the Brexit deal that will prevent them lowering employment or environmental standards.
A dramatic 24 hours of British politics is being watched with interest, fascination and a little trepidation across Europe, the front pages of the continent’s best-read papers reveal.
Michel Barnier has sent a strong signal that the EU will not accept a major part of the Brexit plan being proposed by Theresa May at a crunch Cabinet summit.
Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz has said he supports Brexit negotiations being extended to avoid a ‘no deal’ scenario if a solution to the Irish border issue can’t be found before the current deadline.
UKIP leader Gerard Batten has sparked controversy by claiming that the EU is based on a Nazi plan to rule the continent if they had won world war two.
England’s World Cup clash with Colombia will be a walk in the park compared to a crunch meeting of ministers over Brexit, European parliament told
The European Council will be led from today by an Austrian government whose second most senior minister congratulated British voters on deciding to leave the EU.
EU plans to lock Britain out of security databases after Brexit will make catching criminals and terrorists more difficult, Theresa May has warned her continental counterparts.
Theresa May has played down fears Britain could crash out of the EU without a Brexit deal despite growing concern on the continent about the lack of progress being made in talks.
The EU has given a frank assessment of the state of play over the biggest issue in Brexit talks as Theresa May prepares to head to Brussels for the European Council summit.
The EU has poured cold water on claims by a British minister that “excellent” progress is being made in Brexit negotiations.