EU leaders to make Brexit gesture to May
EU leaders were set to agree Friday to start preparatory talks on the bloc's relationship with Britain after Brexit, offering some progress for embattled Prime Minister Theresa May to take back home.
May seeks summit breakthrough with offer on EU citizens
British Prime Minister Theresa May pledged Thursday to treat European nationals living in Britain fairly as she tried to get sceptical EU leaders to revive Brexit negotiations at a summit in Brussels.
UK negotiator says EU using 'time pressure' to get more Brexit money
Brexit minister David Davis accused the European Union on Tuesday of holding up divorce negotiations to get Britain to pay more money on its withdrawal from the bloc.
EU toughens conditions on Brexit gesture to May
EU leaders have hardened their conditions on a goodwill Brexit gesture to Prime Minister Theresa May at a summit this week, according to a new draft of their statement on Monday.
'Brexit is not a game,' says EU's Barnier
EU negotiator Michel Barnier warned Tuesday that Brexit was "not a game" as he held new Brexit talks amid clashes between London and Brussels over who must make the next move.
EU expands North Korea sanctions
The European Union on Tuesday extended sanctions aimed at punishing North Korea for its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, banning the import of textiles from the pariah state and limiting sales of crude oil.
EU hammers Amazon, Apple over taxes
The EU turned the screw on US tech giants Wednesday, ordering Amazon to repay Luxembourg 250 million euros in back taxes and taking Ireland to court for failing to collect billions from Apple.
EU's Barnier says Brexit progress insufficient
EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said Tuesday that Brexit talks had not made enough progress to unlock the next phase as MEPs prepared to vote on a motion criticising Britain.