Any request for payments into the European budget after Brexit is ‘wholly without merit in law’, a leaked strategy document suggests
Donald Trump's defence secretary James Mattis says US could 'moderate its commitment' if other members do not pay fair share
Crash happened at 1:20pm outside Leuven station en route to the Belgian capital
UK Government says it will not act unilaterally to guarantee the rights of EU citizens in Britain
Explore this Belgian city while the train tickets are a bargain and the crowds are elsewhere
HSBC and UBS are planning to move around 1,000 staff from London as a result of the EU vote
US President-elect is being given a 'false impression' of the Brussels bloc by the former Ukip leader
New policy of charging for food and drink could spark tray envy
European political leaders met in Brussels yesterday for the final summit of one of the most difficult ever years for the EU. The agenda had a significant Russian and Ukrainian theme and EU sanctions against Moscow were extended for a further six months, including curbs on access to international financing, and restrictions on defence and energy cooperation.
PM has been excluded from a dinner on Thursday night where other EU leaders will discuss Brexit
Other commentators have cast doubt on whether the referendum will have dire consequences for Europe
Comments come as senior Labour MPs accuse party leadership of paving way for hard Brexit
'There’s some very good offers and deals around for Paris at the moment. I think that December will be strong for Paris and let’s hope that it continues into 2017'
This toxic trade deal has been subject to the same massive protest movement that greeted TTIP. Nearly 3.5 million Europeans said they didn’t want either deal and there are hundreds of TTIP and CETA-free local authorities across Europe
The Prime Minister had a rough reception in Brussels, and it is going to get harder for her, but tough Brexit talks are not going to weaken her popularity at home
PM reportedly made to wait until ‘long after the waiters were waiting to clear the dishes away’ at the council dinner in Brussels