UK manufacturing exports jump most in over 20 years

2017-04-24 17:37

Brexit is giving a big boost to exporters as the weak pound lifts sales to the strongest since the 1990s.

Alarm bells start ringing for UK economy

2017-04-20 10:15

The UK economy has taken the referendum and its aftermath in stride - up to now.

May’s election gamble could help Brexit work

2017-04-19 10:37

With her decision to call an election in June, Theresa May becomes the second consecutive UK prime minister to take a gamble with Brexit.

May seeks snap UK election after triggering Brexit

2017-04-18 12:43

UK Prime Minister Theresa May says she will seek an early election, in an unexpected gamble aimed at strengthening her hand going into talks on leaving the EU.

Frenzied rescues in Med save over 2 000 migrants

2017-04-14 21:11

Rescue vessels in the Mediterranean have worked flat out to rescue over 2 000 people from flimsy dinghies as exhausted saviours accused the EU of turning a blind eye to the crisis.

UK supermarkets secretly squeeze shoppers as Brexit bites

2017-04-11 10:45

UK grocers are finding creative ways of passing on Brexit-induced cost increases to consumers. If you’re shopping for candles or light bulbs, buyer beware.

Slovenia says tougher EU border checks 'unacceptable'

2017-04-09 19:18

Tougher checks on the EU's external borders aimed at stopping ISIS fighters are "unacceptable" and should be amended, says Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar.

European Union trains 'credible army' in CAR

2017-04-05 14:09

With EU help, the Central African Republic is seeking to turn the page on years of bloodshed by retraining its army and by month's end a first battalion is to present arms.

16 countries to create EU prosecutor's office

2017-04-04 06:55

A total of 16 European Union countries, including powerful Germany and France, have launched plans to create an EU public prosecutor's office to combat fraud.

Trump hails EU for 'good job' uniting in Brexit era

2017-04-03 14:58

US President Donald Trump praised the EU for doing "a very good job" in uniting after Britain's decision to quit the bloc, in a Financial Times interview.


Labour leader says UK election 'establishment vs people'

2017-04-20 17:12

Britain's main opposition leader has launched his election campaign, painting himself as a populist outsider who will overturn a "rigged" political and economic system.

May wins support from parliament to hold early UK election

2017-04-19 16:33

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has won by a landslide the approval she wanted for a snap election as she seeks to strengthen her mandate ahead of Brexit negotiations.

Will death penalty be the death knell for EU-Turkey talks?

2017-04-19 07:28

Turkey and the EU have spent three decades trying to unite, but the EU membership talks seem to be moving toward a permafrost.

Libya govt urges 'intervention' over southern clashes

2017-04-17 13:48

Libya's unity government has called for "urgent intervention" by the international community to end military escalation in its south, warning of a possible "civil war".

EU boosts child migrant protection efforts

2017-04-12 22:02

The EU has announced steps to better protect child migrants running the risk of abuse as they arrive in Europe in record numbers.

EU urges calm in Venezuela amid opposition crackdown

2017-04-10 20:37

The EU is calling for calm in Venezuela and urging the authorities to stop using violence against opponents of President Nicolas Maduro.

Hijacked truck used in Stockholm attack

2017-04-07 20:32

The beer truck which was used to plough into an upscale department store in Stockholm, Sweden, was hijacked earlier in the day, police say.

EU says Assad regime responsible for 'awful' Syria attack

2017-04-04 17:46

The regime of Bashar al-Assad bears "primary responsibility" for a suspected chemical attack that killed at least 58 people, says EU diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini.

EU sees no future for Assad in Syria: foreign ministers

2017-04-03 17:41

President Bashar al-Assad has no future in post-conflict Syria but his fate is ultimately up to the Syrian people, EU foreign ministers say in response to an apparent shift in US policy.

Spain must have a say in Gibraltar's future post-Brexit

2017-04-01 06:53

Spain must have a say over whether any post-Brexit deal applies to Gibraltar, says the EU, a move welcomed by Madrid.

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