As the country's Brexit plan stands, its departure from the EU could have both positive and negative implications.
European Council President Donald Tusk slams British politicians who lobbied for the UK to exit the European economic bloc "without even a sketch of a plan how to carry it out safely."
While anti-immigration sentiment has taken hold in the EU in reaction to the continuing wave of asylum seekers, it seems this does not apply to the ‘rich’.
The Irish band released the first song of its final album a year after lead singer Dolores O'Riordan was found drowned in a London hotel bathtub. The rock group will split after the release of their eighth and last album in April.
On the eve of a crucial vote in Britain's Parliament on the Brexit deal, EU leaders offer assurances with "legal value" on the temporary nature of the Northern Irish backstop via a letter to British Prime Minister Theresa May.
PM Theresa May has suffered another political blow as MPs voted to force May to quickly set out an alternative plan for Brexit if she loses a crucial vote on her EU withdrawal.
Pressure is mounting on May for dramatic action, a new referendum or a vote among lawmakers, to find a way out of Britain's Brexit impasse and prevent the economic damage.
Ireland is set to become the first EU country to impose a ban on the import of goods from illegal Israeli settlements in occupied territories of Palestine should a new bill passed by its upper house of parliament be approved by the lower house.
UEFA announced a new competition set to start in 2021 and played on Thursdays alongside the Europa League.
British MPs will hold a crucial vote next month to approve or reject Brexit deal agreed with EU leaders, PM Theresa May says. Opposition Labour Party chief Jeremy Corbyn says his party will "reject the deal."
The 585-page Brexit agreement between the European Union and Great Britain is intended to regulate the withdrawal of the UK while mitigating the consequences. Here is an overview of the key points of the treaty.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she believes with "every fibre of my being" in Brexit course she had set, hours after facing hostile parliament and seeing four ministers quit her government.
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