More than 300,000 migrants came to Britain since the EU referendum vote last year fueled by a surge in EU nationals; official figures are expected to show today.
The Office for National S...Read more
EU members will want a big cash sum in return for the "biggest ever" free trade agreement and a transitional deal, MPs are warned.
European leaders will play and demand "...Read more
Poland considers its question with the European Commission about the nation's control of law shut, Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said on Tuesday, a day after Warsaw sent a letter to Bru...Read more
England will set out forces this week which would permit the dispatch of space satellites from the nation surprisingly, the legislature said on Monday.
Draft enactment, which will l...Read more
Families of those who lost their lives at Hillsborough have attacked UKIP leader Paul Nuttall over claims on his website about the disaster.
The MEP told a Liverpool radio station a post ...Read more
French President Francois Hollande called for “justice” Tuesday over the alleged rape of a black youth with a police baton, appealing for calm after more than a week of riots.Read more
Russia has denied that it was behind media and internet attacks on Emmanuel Macron, while the French presidential frontrunner’s campaign renewed the charges against Russian media and a hacker...Read more
Romania’s parliament has unanimously endorsed a plan to hold a national referendum on anti-corruption reforms after mass street protests made the government back-pedal over a controversial gr...Read more
François Fillon, the beleaguered conservative candidate in the French presidential election, faced protesters as he began a three-day campaign tour to France’s Indian Ocean island of R...Read more
In a sign of growing fears about May’s vision for Brexit, Bertie Ahern took aim at the prime minister over her recent white paper, in an interview. Ahern, who served three terms as taoiseach ...Read more
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