The former European Council president says negotiators will fight to preserve the interests of the remaining members of the bloc
Leave campaign promises came under scrutiny as soon as the UK voted for Brexit including its message that £350 million of EU funding a week would be spent on the NHS
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
Call comes as almost a third of international students tell recent survey they are less likely to study in post-Brexit Britain because the country feels 'less welcoming'
Japanese government warns that the country's businesses with European headquarters in the UK may decide to transfer... to Continental Europe if EU laws cease to be applicable in the UK
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
Theresa May has summoned ministers to Chequers to discuss how to make a success of Brexit in the face of opposition from civil servants and a growing feud among the senior ministers in charge of negotiations.
The US warned that if Brussels pushes ahead with threatened plans to demand as much as £14.4bn from Apple for alleged unpaid taxes it will 'consider potential responses'
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
Retail sales rose 1.4 per cent, more than reversing the 0.9 per cent decline in June
But the minister wants British MEPs out of the European Parliament by 2019 at the latest
Experts say prices will likely weaken as heightened uncertainty following the UK’s vote to leave the EU weighs down on consumer confidence
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu claims: ‘It can’t be that we implement everything that is good for the EU but that Turkey gets nothings in return’