Wilders is further polarising the electorate around EU membership. He has even accused 'war-mongering' and 'shameless Europhiles with their dreams of empire' for the problems in Ukraine by propping up what he describes as the 'National Socialists, Jew-haters and other anti-democrats' in Kiev's pro-Western government
People trafficking and smuggling networks are some of the most profitable and widespread activities for organised crime in Europe, Europol finds
In a November report it was estimated that between 1,500 and 2,000 people were stranded in Brest, hoping to reach Poland
The reality of life in my Cornish hometown is a far cry from the picturesque images of surf lapping at sandy beaches. Perhaps it's time Remain voters in more affluent areas stopped being so superior and thought about why so many voted to leave
Rescue funds from the EU and IMF saved Greece from bankruptcy but the austerity and reform policies the lenders attached as conditions have helped to turn recession into a depression
Number of people applying for asylum in Britain falls for first time in six years, despite increasing number of people across the world fleeing their homes
The unusual activity could be coming from a secret Russian nuclear missile launch, or from a hidden pharmaceutical business, but nobody is entirely sure
Twenty-eight per cent of Britons named the economy as one of their top two concerns at the end of 2016, up 12 percentage points from a year ago
Some UK start-ups have already firmly committed to moving their headquarters to Europe
In Europe, a benchmark of 300 of the region’s biggest stocks has hit its highest level since December 2015, according to Reuters
UK Government says it will not act unilaterally to guarantee the rights of EU citizens in Britain
Brexit and the election of Donald Trump leaves global institutions in an increasingly fragile state, says expert
For my great-grandparents, their bubble burst in 1917. Like everyone else living in Moscow, they had watched as instability blazed into violence, until, finally, a full blown revolution was underway
'Ireland is seen as a natural alternative to the UK by EU jobseekers,' according to an economist behind the research
Guy Verhofstadt says that now is 'an existential moment for the European Union'
Given our historical attitudes towards religion, why is it that we won’t countenance a reformation of the health service?