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EU top court rules to freeze Poland's overhaul of Supreme Court
19 Oct 2018 at 6:11am
The European Court of Justice has issued an injunction against the implementation of Poland's new law on the Supreme Court, freezing any changes to the existing system.
Spain's fence in North Africa
19 Oct 2018 at 5:18am
A fence more than eight kilometers long surrounds Ceuta, a Spanish enclave located in North Africa. Its objective is to prevent the arrival of migrants.
UPDATED: UK-wide backstop to break Brexit impasse?
18 Oct 2018 at 6:55am
Senior Irish sources have confirmed to Euronews that requests from the UK to make the backstop UK-wide are being considered by Brussels but such a plan won?t be complete in time for the Withdrawal Agreement to be signed off.
No-deal Brexit could lead to 'fake prosecco' on UK supermarket shelves
18 Oct 2018 at 3:46am
Current EU legislation dictates that the origins of products claiming to possess specific qualities, like prosecco and mozzarella, must be marked on the packet but a no-deal could change this
What security is necessary at an EU summit?
18 Oct 2018 at 2:14am
Leaders require top security and the Belgian police force have a mammoth task on their hands when the heads of state or government come to town for a summit.
What do people in other countries think of Brexit?
17 Oct 2018 at 1:22pm
If you're living in Britain, the issue might weigh heavy on your mind, but do people in the rest of the world care about Brexit?
Brexit - edging closer to a deal or a cliff-edge
17 Oct 2018 at 11:47am
EU leaders met in Brussels to see whether progress could be made on the UK leaving the EU, but with less than 200 days to Brexit, Britain is no closer to a deal.
European Council summit as it happened
17 Oct 2018 at 8:01am
After two days that mainly centred around speculation concerning Brexit, the EU summit concluded with little progress made
Brexit: '30 minutes is a long time in politics so anything can happen'
17 Oct 2018 at 7:54am
Anti-Brexit protesters gather in Brussels ahead of crunch summit, Labour MEP Seb Dance was there and spoke about the chances of a deal.
Brexit & Gibraltar: the Rock and a hard place
17 Oct 2018 at 6:20am
Every day, some eight thousand Spaniards cross the border between Spain and Gibraltar to work on the rock ... By car, on foot, by bicycle ...
Now they are worried about Brexit.
EU-US relations ?like an up-down marriage but intact? ? US ambassador
17 Oct 2018 at 4:19am
Gordon Sondland tells Euronews that US-EU relations are like a ?long-term faithful marriage? which will improve despite the trade row with Donald Trump.
No-deal Brexit more and more likely
16 Oct 2018 at 10:02am
Both sides stick to their positions on Irish border issue
Brussels tells Italy: Respect budgetary rules like everybody else
16 Oct 2018 at 7:45am
European Commission not to shy away from showdown with nationalist government in Rome
The next frontier in information manipulation
16 Oct 2018 at 6:28am
Expert warn against "deep fakes" during upcoming election campaigns
"Women create a more inclusive society"
15 Oct 2018 at 7:35am
Conference in Portugal fosters female entrepreneurship