Setting out his priorities for the second half of his mandate, French President Emmanuel Macron said his centrist Republic on the Move party risks being seen as "bourgeois" unless it tackles the issue of immigration.
Police face protesters in Nantes as Yellow Vest marches resume
Yellow Vest protesters have clashed with security forces in French city of Nantes. A spokesman with the local prefecture says 21 people have been arrested.
Brexit Battle: Britons in Europe worry about their future
14 Sep 2019
Over 1.2 million British citizens live in the EU, 150,000 of them in France. What happens to them and their access to local services after Brexit? It is a question that many are asking with increasing urgency as the Brexit deadline approaches.
London Fashion Week organisers warn of 'Brexit' risks
Stephanie Phair, chairwoman of the British Fashion Council, says the industry is urging the government to find a Brexit deal as studies show a no-deal exit would cost the fashion industry well over $1 billion.
UK's Johnson to meet EU's Juncker for Brexit talks
Officials say British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will hold talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Luxembourg.
Brexit Battle: UK PM Boris Johnson denies lying to the Queen
13 Sep 2019
PM Boris Johnson insists he did not lie to the Queen when he asked her approval to suspend parliament. The government has also been defending its preparations for a possible No Deal exit. Simon McGregor-Wood reports.
Italian PM seeks EU reform as government wins confidence vote
For the next five years, Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Marija Pejcinovic Buric is to become secretary general of the Council of Europe's parliamentary assembly.
The impact of a no-deal Brexit on the UK and EU | Bigger Than Five
13 Sep 2019
What happens if the United Kingdom exits the EU without an agreement? Bigger Than Five looks at the economic risks of a no-deal Brexit on the UK and the European Union. Watch the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5Elcmkuqyc
What pushed Germany to place the far-right AfD under surveillance?
The country's intelligence agency is set to impose "higher surveillance" on groups affiliated with the AfD, despite previous criticism of the spy network for allegedly shielding neo-Nazis who committed serious crimes against minorities.
Will Brexit cause a crisis in Northern Ireland?
17 Jan 2019
British PM Theresa May tried to reassure the country that the EU will keep the Irish border open. But as parliament rejected her agreement, there's a good chance the UK will leave without a deal, and for Northern Ireland it could be catastrophic.
Europe's far-right movement Generation Identity
17 Jan 2019
Generation Identity is one of Europe's fastest growing far-right movements. It was set up in France in 2012 and now has branches in many European countries including Italy, Austria, Germany and the UK.
What happens if UK parliament doesn't approve Brexit deal?
15 Jan 2019
The House of Commons is set to vote on the Brexit deal on January 15, but it seems like Theresa May will have a tough time getting the deal through the lower house of parliament. So, what happens if the deal doesn't get through?
What is Germany's PEGIDA movement?
22 Jan 2019
PEGIDA has garnered significant support after the 2015 influx of refugees in Germany. They fight what they say is the growing influence of Islamisation in Europe.
Why are there always protests in Europe?
22 Jan 2019
Since the 2008 financial crisis, protests have paralysed different European powers, including France, Greece and Italy. What connects the movements, and how have they shaped governments across the continent?
Von der Leyen confirmed as new European Commission president