Merkel calls for ‘comparable minimum wage’ across EU, appeal for equal working conditions within the EU
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for the EU to look into ways to ensure countries have a “comparable” minimum wage. She also added that … Read more
UPDATED: Police have fired rubber bullets and tear gas at protesters in Hong Kong where anger at a new extradition bill has spilled over into … Read more
French President Emmanuel Macron told Swiss TV station RTS that he would back German Chancellor Angela Merkel for European Commission president.
Politico reports that … Read more
The European Commission is reviewing past money-laundering cases at EU banks to assess what went wrong and decide possible tweaks to rules.
Under the plan, … Read more
On Monday the process will begin to replace Theresa May as leader of the ruling Conservative Party.
Members of Parliament of the British Conservative Party … Read more
Pressure continues on the government of Albanian Prime Minister Rama to quit, local elections cancelled
Libya’s coast guard said Saturday that it had intercepted nearly two dozen Europe-bound migrants off the country’s Mediterranean coast.
Spokesman Ayoub Gassim said a wooden … Read more
Conservative leadership candidate Michael Gove “deeply regrets” taking cocaine on several occasions… 20 years ago
Conservative leadership candidate Michael Gove has said he “deeply regrets” taking cocaine “on several occasions”.
The Independent refers to a Daily Mail report in which … Read more
UK: 4 teenagers arrested afte couple was subjected to homophobic attack after refusing to kiss on a bus Updated
Update : Arrests have been made over a homophobic attack on a couple after they refused to kiss while travelling on a London night bus … Read more
Briton wanted in connection with murder in UK arrested after joint operation involving Maltese and British police (Updated with police statement)
A Briton wanted in connection with a homicide has been arrested in Malta after a covert operation involved Maltese and British police.
The Times of … Read more