Hungary’s Viktor Orbán: from country boy to right-wing autocrat

Orbán is now the darling of nationalists, with white supremacists say they want to settle in ‘racially pure’ Hungary

EU calls for clear plan to warrant Brexit delay

Theresa May is expected to ask the EU to delay Brexit by at least three months this week

Kazakhstan president Nursultan Nazarbayev quits unexpectedly

Nazarbayev has ruled Kazakhstan since before the collapse of the Soviet Union and leaves no obvious successor

Xi Jinping to visit Europe amid disquiet over Silk Road and Huawei

China’s president is set to sign a deal with Italy as the White House warns against ties

Ultra-right viewed as a growing threat in Europe

France, Britain, Germany and Italy have repeatedly warned of the risks associated with immigration and Islamist attacks, saying ‘extremism is rising everywhere’

Authorities look into terrorism as motive in Dutch tram attack

There is no link to the people the man killed, who has a long rap sheet, is a drug-user, and has been described as a ‘psychopath’ 

More Brexit chaos as Germany and France get testy

The speaker nixes a third vote on May’s deal, but says his ruling, based on a convention dating back to 1604, should not be considered his last word 

Speaker deals new blow to Theresa May’s bid to revive Brexit deal

Commons speaker John Bercow rules MPs cannot vote again on the same deal they have already rejected

Terrorism thought to be behind Dutch tram shooting

The Utrecht province has raised the terror threat to the highest level as Dutch police hunt down the gunman responsible for the attack

One dead, several injured in Dutch tram shooting

Police are hunting for the gunman behind what they believe to be a terrorist attack in the university town of Utrecht

Jacob Rees-Mogg hints that rebels may back Theresa May’s Brexit deal

‘No deal is better than a bad deal but a bad deal is better than remaining in the EU,’ says the Brexit-backing MP

Theresa May under pressure to find support for Brexit deal

Prime minister tries for the third time to get parliamentary support for her plan

May warns rebels of drawn-out Brexit if they vote against her, again

Theresa May is hoping its third time lucky as her last two deals were dismissed, with Brexit fatigue, and acceptance of a no-deal exit, increasing

British MPs support Brexit delay, rule out second referendum

Theresa May plans a third vote on her divorce deal next week ahead of EU summit

Polish church says about 382 minors abused by clergy

In 2018, bishops in the devout Catholic country asked victims for forgiveness and began collecting data to assess the scale of sexual abuse

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