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Why the Irish border is back on the agenda
European Commission Vice-President Maros Sefcovic
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Why the Irish border is back on the agenda

EU threatens legal action over UK plan to unilaterally delay parts of Brexit deal
5 Mar 2021
Brexit countdown: can Boris Johnson secure a deal in time?
Boris Johnson gives a thumbs up outside 10 Downing Street.
In Depth

Brexit countdown: can Boris Johnson secure a deal in time?

Both parties are eager to reach an agreement - but longstanding issues remain contentious
29 Oct 2020
What the EU recession means for the bloc’s future
EU coronavirus
In Depth

What the EU recession means for the bloc’s future

Second wave of coronavirus threatens to derail recovery plans
24 Sep 2020
Instant Opinion: Boris ‘playing hardball’ in Brussels
Boris Johnson
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Instant Opinion: Boris ‘playing hardball’ in Brussels

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Tuesday 3 March
3 Mar 2020
What is the European Parliament and what does it do?
European flags fly in front of the European Parliament
In Depth

What is the European Parliament and what does it do?

Next month’s elections could have profound implications for the future of the EU
18 Apr 2019
Belgian mayor defends ‘Nazi’ Jewish caricatures at carnival
Anti-Semitism
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Belgian mayor defends ‘Nazi’ Jewish caricatures at carnival

Anti-Semitic row over display in Aalst parade that showed smiling Jews, sacks of money and a rat
7 Mar 2019
What happens if May wins – or loses – a no-confidence vote?
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In Brief

What happens if May wins – or loses – a no-confidence vote?

The Week rounds up reaction and predictions after Tuesday’s historic Commons defeat for the prime minister
15 Jan 2019

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Brexit vote delay: what is Theresa May’s game plan?
Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street
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Brexit vote delay: what is Theresa May’s game plan?

PM expected to head back to Brussels to renegotiate controversial withdrawal agreement
10 Dec 2018
Brexit: Theresa May ‘to announce deal on 19 November’
Theresa May
In Brief

Brexit: Theresa May ‘to announce deal on 19 November’

Leaked document says PM will claim Government has ‘delivered on referendum’
7 Nov 2018
Brexit poll: how the UK would vote today
UK and EU flags
In Brief

Brexit poll: how the UK would vote today

Survey of 20,000 voters predicts eight-point victory for Remain if EU referendum were held again
6 Nov 2018
Brexit: what’s on the agenda for marathon talks?
Dominic Raab
In Depth

Brexit: what’s on the agenda for marathon talks?

The UK and EU negotiators are going head to head in six-hour standoff in Brussels today
31 Aug 2018
Will Dominic Raab take a different approach with the EU?
Dominic Raab gives a speech at the Vote Leave headquarters in 2016
In Depth

Will Dominic Raab take a different approach with the EU?

Former lawyer heads to Brussels today for his first round of talks with chief negotiator Michel Barnier
19 Jul 2018
Carles Puigdemont faces wait for extradition verdict
Carles Puigdemont has vowed not to return to Spain unless he is guaranteed a fair trial
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Carles Puigdemont faces wait for extradition verdict

Belgian judge delays decision over separatist leader’s future as two jailed former members of his government lose bail bid
4 Dec 2017
Five of the best bank holiday getaways
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In Depth

Five of the best bank holiday getaways

Explore the cobbled lanes of Prague's Old Town, or rub shoulders with the rich and famous in Vegas
19 May 2017
Art Brussels: A place of discovery
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In Depth

Art Brussels: A place of discovery

In its 35th year, the contemporary art fair continues to provide a revealing insight into today's creative minds
20 Apr 2017
Brexit: What will happen to Britain's MEPs?
EU Referendum
In Brief

Brexit: What will happen to Britain's MEPs?

EU referendum result spells the end for the UK's representatives in Brussels – but not just yet
24 Jun 2016
Will the European Union collapse in the wake of Brexit?
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In Depth

Will the European Union collapse in the wake of Brexit?

EC president Donald Tusk appeals for calm as calls grow for referendums in other member states
24 Jun 2016
EU referendum: Is the Brexit result legally binding?
Brexit kiss
In Depth

EU referendum: Is the Brexit result legally binding?

The government could defy yesterday's vote, but experts warn that would be political suicide
24 Jun 2016
Belgium game switched from Brussels after terror attack
Belgium football team
In Brief

Belgium game switched from Brussels after terror attack

National team will now play friendly against Portugal in Leiria after originally calling off match
23 Mar 2016
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 26 Oct 2012
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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 26 Oct 2012

26 Oct 2012
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