Peers argued that lowering the voting age would help to engage teenagers in politics
The men are believed to be Moroccan, according to Turkey's state news agency
After the Paris attacks, there is a huge security challenge for Europe, but there is arguably an even bigger economic one
'This would mean the dismantling of the European Union'
Hundreds of roads lead into the country from the main neighboring countries
President Plevneliev fears that cyber attacks stem from Moscow
UK’s current security threat level is severe, meaning the authorities believe an attack is 'highly likely'
The target was France, but the impact of the attack is being felt throughout the continent
No one in the country, beyond Eurosceptics in the Tory Party and Ukip, has been clamouring for a referendum over these modest measures
Mr Cameron has hinted that the benefit restrictions were no longer a red line for the Government
Pro-independence parties hope that the declaration will lead to a split with Spain within 18 months
Authorities are hoping media attention will help reunite the girl with her family
Police have been drafted in from across the country to deal with the numbers of arrivals
The European Parliament opposed amendments to the bill suggested by internet activists, which would have ensured ‘net neutrality’ was upheld
Brussels emergency summit agree on plan for 100,000 places in reception centres for refugees
Exclusive: The figure is a fillip to the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign, which is promoting an In vote