German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Monday, two days before she is to launch her new government, that she will pay a quick visit to French President Emmanuel Macron to discuss EU reform proposals.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross will urge the European Union to lower its trade barriers, which are unfair to US farmers and industry, Donald Trump said on Monday.
Financial businesses have realistic expectations about serving European Union customers after Britain leaves the bloc next year and could deal with a so-called hard Brexit, a top EU official said on Thursday.
The EU's top official hit back Wednesday at Donald Trump, saying ‘trade wars are bad and easy to lose’ as the bloc prepared to retaliate against the US president's planned steel and aluminium tariffs.
A group of European Union countries agreed on Tuesday to develop their first joint defence projects under a pact that excludes Britain, giving London a taste of life outside the bloc's foreign policy decision-making process.
A lawyer helping British expatriates in a legal battle over their rights as EU citizens after Brexit said Monday more than 67,000 euros was raised in four days to fight an appeal in the case.
The Bank of England will not ‘go soft’ on enforcing European Union capital rules for insurers, although it will look at ways to make it easier for new entrants to boost competition in the industry ...
Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald warned Thursday that Brexit was ‘a clear and imminent threat’ to the island of Ireland and was incompatible with Northern Ireland's two decades-old peace accord.
Britain and the EU should sign a new security treaty and must not let ideological differences block co-operation in that sector after Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Saturday.
The German government on Wednesday sought to play down plans to introduce free public transport, a day after the radical proposal to fight air pollution made headlines around the world.