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
Transport safety experts say the technology can reduce road deaths
Much of the air pollution in China comes from natural sources, rather than the burning of fossil fuels that makes up most of the problem in the West
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?
Next week could see pro-European Tories unite with opposition MPs over amendments to the bill
Retaining partial membership of the EU would allow UK nationals to travel and work freely inside the bloc
'The irony is that those who have suffered the most in the last 25 years will be the first victims,' says Mr Stiglitz
Europe's wealthiest individuals are a mixed group.
Executives from the company have reportedly already visited cities including Oslo, Amsterdam, Paris and Berlin
They were escaping persecution from the Nazis, but most Jewish passengers of the St Louis ship were forced to return to Europe
More than one in two cars produced in the UK in 2016 was exported to Europe
Minors as young as 12 being illegally 'pushed back' with force into Serbia from Hungary, Croatia and Bulgaria
The new water vehicle may become another reason to visit Paris
HSBC and UBS are planning to move around 1,000 staff from London as a result of the EU vote