So why are we protesting police brutality in the US but not at home?
UK MPs back plan to require them to vote in person.
‘Hope you like my legs,’ says Irish lawmaker.
London ‘at the vanguard’ of the international response, says foreign secretary.
Josep Borrell backs UK and Canada in opposition to Moscow rejoining the group.
British and Canadian leaders have ruled out Russia’s readmission to the group.
Adama Traoré died in police custody in 2016.
Declaring himself the “president of law and order,” Trump said he would act if local officials couldn’t contain violent demonstrations.
Scottish first minister has been widely praised for her handling of the pandemic.
Far-right leader’s populist playbook has fallen flat during the pandemic.
French PM may be a casualty if his boss fancies a change of direction.
No objections raised to president’s suggestion that India, South Korea and Australia also be included.
Protests for racial justice after George Floyd’s death have spread to Europe and the Southern Hemisphere.
Boris Johnson’s spokesperson says UK will not support move unless Moscow ‘ceases aggressive and destabilizing activity.’
Corteva’s 10-year plan to advance sustainability for farmers, for the land, for communities and in its operations
Numerous demonstrators in D.C. defied an 11 p.m. curfew.
“It’s a different Chinese Communist Party today than it was 10 years ago,” Pompeo said on Sunday.
The royal household did not explain how Prince Joachim was able to get to Spain, apparently in breach of travel rules.
Luigi Di Maio said Italy shouldn’t be blacklisted by other countries.
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Military projects face cuts in new budget plan but fight is not over.
US president wants landmark event but chancellor ‘cannot agree’ to travel due to ongoing pandemic.
Berlin’s EU presidency motto has echoes of MAGA.
Six-month limit for UK visits to be revoked, work and study will be allowed and a pathway to citizenship will be added, British foreign secretary says
Games will be played behind closed doors.
But the scale of the proposal could be a game changer.
Police will not take further action against Boris Johnson aide over allegations he broke coronavirus lockdown rules.
Trump defenders, here’s your chance: Tell us why this response to COVID-19 merits a second term.
If the European Commission pulls this off, momentum will build toward further integration.
The tragic milestone revives debate over the handling of the pandemic.
MEP asks foreign policy chief to provide evidence for claims against EEAS staffer.
British prime minister may not sign up to a repeat performance any time soon.
‘The biggest threat still comes from right-wing extremists,’ says Interior Minister Horst Seehofer.
Turns out that solving the Palestinian question isn’t essential after all. And the Trump administration, Israel and a few of the Gulf Arabs seem fine with that.
Boris Johnson aide’s name falls foul of digital censors.
Chinese ambassador to Belgium, Cao Zhongming, hit back at attempts to ‘stigmatize’ China over the outbreak.
What a time to be alive!
Figure would raise spending compared to current seven-year budget for EU27.
‘Today we face our very own defining moment,’ Ursula von der Leyen says.
The US president retweeted an image that appeared to mock Biden wearing a mask in his first public appearance in months because of the coronavirus pandemic.
But yours might be.
He is expected to take a senior role on the 2020 team focused on fundraising and strategy.
Region faces growing anger and accusations it is mishandling the crisis.
The British PM’s special adviser inspires greater loyalty among many key officials than Johnson does.
Regions can allow up to 10 people, or members of two households, to meet in public.
The latest news, reaction and analysis as Ursula von der Leyen lays out budget blueprint to revive economy.
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What if the European Parliament election was held today?
Public support for politicians is at historic lows as Belgium fails to ‘rally round the flag.’
Former EU policy chief’s candidacy had attracted criticism.