Theresa May is set for talks with the EU’s two most senior figures after holding cross-party talks at Westminster in a bid to resolve the Brexit impasse.
When Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker promised recently to “stay in touch”, it was presumed that meant the prime minister and European commission president would meet in person or speak by phone.
Michel Barnier has responded to the crushing defeat of the Brexit deal he brokered with the UK government by offering to reopen negotiations – but only if the UK “shifts” its red lines.
The EU is ready to restart Brexit talks if the withdrawal agreement is rejected by MPs as expected, according to two senior German politicians.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker attends a news conference after a European Union summit meeting in Brussels, Belgium, December 14, 2018. EU leaders have sent a letter of reassurance over the Irish border backstop to prime minister Theresa May in a last ditch bid to help her win the vote over the Brexit deal. “Just like the United Kingdom, the European Union does not wish to see the backstop enter into force,” says the letter from European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and EU council president Donald Tusk.
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker has dashed Theresa May’s hopes of securing a game-changing intervention that would change the mood in Parliament over the Brexit deal.
The mistrust between Brussels and London has been laid bare as MEPs backed new reforms over financial services to stop the City exploiting Brexit to do 'dodgy business.'
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has vowed that any assurances over the Brexit deal given to prime minister Theresa May won’t weaken the Irish border backstop, according to the leader of Sinn Fein.
The European Commission’s top official has publicly clashed with a Conservative MP over claims made about his role in Brexit negotiations.
European leaders are struggling to find a way to help Theresa May convince MPs to back the Brexit deal, with one minister warning the block could do 'nothing more.'
Prime minister Theresa May will speak to EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker in a fresh bid to win the Brexit deal assurances she believes are needed to convince MPs to back it.
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker dismissed calls from the bloc’s official watchdog to make Brexit talks more transparent, letters seen by Yahoo Finance UK show.
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker has spurned the chance to call a Christmas truce in Brexit tensions by sending a card to Theresa May.
The European commission has told British banks and insurances firms they should relocate to the continent if they want to avoid what its president, Jean-Claude Juncker, called a no-deal "catastrophe."
UK citizens will lose their automatic legal rights to live on the continent under a no-deal Brexit, the European commission has confirmed.
The European commission has dismissed concerns over the health of its president, Jean-Claude Juncker, after images emerged which appear to show him stumbling at a dinner in Vienna.
The monthly pay checks of EU chiefs Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk are close to the average annual salary for British workers, it has been revealed.
The European commission is preparing to set out its most detailed plan yet for a no-deal Brexit amid a winter freeze in talks with Theresa May.
Images of Jean-Claude Juncker greeting a senior female EU official by playing with her hair have been passed-off as harmless banter by his spokesman.
Theresa May has confronted EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker in front of TV cameras in what is being branded her ‘handbag moment’ over Brexit.
Theresa May has told fellow EU leaders that she is confident the Brexit deal will be backed by parliament - but only if they help her convince MPs that the Irish border backstop is not a "trap."
The prime minister has played down hopes of breaking the deadlock over the Brexit deal during crunch talks with European leaders today.