Could the risk of a no-deal disaster apply pressure on EU leaders? And how do European politicians feel about the prospect of a new British prime minister?
The French president falsely presented planned measures as social breakthroughs and maintained an unjust tax system.
Olive, now based in north London, claims Indian, Scots, African and indigenous Guyanese ancestry.
Mediterranean Europe must accept the reality of its history rather than trying to rewrite it.
In 2018, despite the prompting of President Macron, the EU missed a crucial window for reform. Can it heal its fractures to create a new European republic?
I feared that if I told the UN officials why I fled, they could transfer the information to the Libyan authorities, who might shoot me.
On just one blocked roundabout, a student, an artisan, a small business owner, a pensioner, a freelance worker and an employee were wearing the same yellow vest.
Socialists must form tactical alliances with the centre – the main enemy of social justice is no longer the neoliberal elite.
After a long period of economic expansion, a slowdown has begun. But in an era of high debt and low interest rates, states have little ammunition to deploy.
The Danes are considered to be among the happiest people in the world. But they can be clannish – and demographic change has unsettled many
The frustration of the France of the roundabouts has spilled over into protest and violence.