'It's about democracy, it's about freedom, it's about freedom of the press, freedom of justice and all that is seriously endangered'
A new poll shows the CDU is trailing the SPD
‘We need tax revenues, we need a fair tax system, in order to make necessary investments in our society,’ said the German Chancellor
Government budgets €40m for programme amid huge backlog in asylum claims
US President signed an executive order to ban immigration from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen for 120 days
The Prime Minister spent much of last week reassuring both the British public and other world leaders that she was not about to become a poodle to Trump’s rottweiler. Yet when faced with an unexpected test of her mettle, she declined to bark, let alone bite
‘The Geneva Refugee Convention requires the international community to take in refugees from war on humanitarian grounds ... The Chancellor explained this policy to the US President’
Despite criticising her policy on refugees, Mr Trump said she was his favourite world leader
Martin Schulz is fervently pro-EU and has pledged that Brussels will 'defend the interests of its citizens'
Election in September could change the course of the Brexit negotiations
'The Americans, and the world, will get the Trump they elected'
‘There cannot be any cherry picking by Britain in Brexit negotiations,’ says Angela Merkel
'The more he makes this sort of statement, the more Europeans close ranks'
'I think we Europeans have our fate in our own hands,' says Angela Merkel
'I start off trusting both — but let’s see how long that lasts'
President-elect discusses Brexit, Nato, Russia and Syria