‘We are now roughly at 1920. The rest has already been lost — everything from 1920 until now’
Emission trading will discourage fossil fuel use and cities will test €365 annual tickets for public transport as the country ‘unites behind science’
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker: 'If the objectives are met — all of them — then we don’t need the (Irish border) backstop'
But he has to demonstrate a profit opportunity
Spanish economy still doing well
From making their own deodorant to shunning plastic packaging, residents of Roubaix have embraced a new way of living
French trade with Germany is three times that with UK, and 50 firms have already relocated to Paris ahead of Brexit
EU law makers warn against a no-deal exit to avoid an economic shock, while some simply refer to Brexit as ‘stupid’
Brexit forces the Netherlands to consider raising investments to protect its future
Lagarde, who was absent for the vote, won backing from 394 MPs, with 206 voting against and 49 abstaining in a secret ballot
Moscow has reassured the structure of the building remained intact after an explosion and fire at a Soviet-era biological weapons facility
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker says Britain must find workable proposals to replace the Irish backstop mechanism to keep the border open
The three top executives are accused of running a complex racketeering scheme which manipulated the market’s supply-and-demand process
Products linked to the outbreak have been recalled, but because of their popularity and three-month self life, more cases are expected soon
Despised by many Conservative lawmakers and criticised for bullying staff, parliament’s controversial speaker is unapologetic in his single-minded ...
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Igor Zelenskiy have repeatedly said there is nothing untoward but government appointments and developments around Privatbank ...
Jens Weidmann accuses the European Central Bank of ‘overshooting the mark’ with its expansionary move to prop up the eurozone
The UK prime minister says he'd rather die than ask the EU for another extension, causing the retort he would be acting like a ‘bank robber’ if he refused to ...