The European country that last year was among the top recipients of refugees relative to its population wants the European Union to punish other member states that fail to honor their burden-sharing pledges.
‘We will fully comply with our responsibilities and exercise our rights as a member of the EU,’ Government spokesperson says
EU nations gather to discuss their future without the United Kingdom
The news comes weeks after the EU hit Apple with a record £11bn tax penalty
Jean-Claude Juncker called for Brexit to be triggered "as quickly as possible" while delivering State of the European Union speech to the European Parliament
Juncker says Britain must trigger Article 50 ‘as soon as possible’ and cannot ‘have a la carte access’ to the benefits of the EU after Brexit
Theresa May has refused to give MPs or peers a vote on Article 50
'Concert goers waving EU flags along with the Union Jack would send a message to the world and our own people about how much music lovers value the EU'
Poland has opened its own investigation into the killing after six teenagers were arrested
'I am absolutely mystified, not for the first time in this debate, about what is coming out of London' former EU commissioner says
Until all multinational companies are forced to publicly report the profits they make and taxes they pay everywhere they operate, tax dodgers will continue to want to have their cake and eat it
Ties between Turkey and the EU have become more strained since a failed coup last month
Ukip voters are the most keen for the UK to pass stricter environmental legislation than the EU
'Borders are the worst invention ever made by politicians,' Juncker says, adding more must be done for refugees and their children
'We consistently hear from victims that one of the reasons they do not report incidents is a lack of confidence in authorities to deal with the issue,' support group says
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