The European Union could restrict the chemicals used in tattoo inks over fears some may pose a risk to health.
The European Union’s foreign policy chief encouraged companies to do more business with Iran despite new US sanctions.
Oil prices were trading higher on Tuesday amid expectations that US sanctions on major exporter Iran will tighten global supply.
As a copyright law that threatened memes and other other shared content online was rejected by MEPs, Twitter users celebrated in the most appropriate way.
MEPs have voted to reject a proposed overhaul of EU copyright law which had received the support of high-profile musicians and the creative industries, and condemnation from large online technology companies.
MEPs are to decide whether to continue with a new EU copyright law which would affect content shared online.
Sir Paul McCartney has urged MEPs to support proposed changes to EU copyright law, which he believes will force online upload platforms to pay songwriters and performers fairly for use of their work.
The future of the next Stormzy and Dua Lipa is at stake ahead of a key vote on EU online copyright law on Thursday, the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) has said.
The bosses of Dundee’s first aqua park will go before the city council in September to prove the equipment meets EU safety standards.
A day of art, music and discussion is to take place in Dundee next month.
Internet experts, including World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee, have warned that new EU proposals on copyright law could cause “substantial damage” to the platform.
Britain is prepared to pay for access to the European nuclear organisation Euratom after Brexit, provided the country gets “a suitable level of influence” within it, Theresa May said.
A sunset over Antarctica and a rare cloud-free picture of northern Europe are among pictures captured by a European satellite just weeks after it launched.
A Canadian data firm employed by multiple Brexit campaign groups spent 2 million dollars (£1.4 million) on political adverts on Facebook targeting the EU referendum, an executive from the social media giant has told MPs.
New data privacy regulations come into force in the EU on May 25, giving users greater say on personal information they share and harsher punishments to firms who misuse it.
The biggest overhaul of data privacy regulation in the history of the internet comes into force one month from today.
Thousands of pro-European campaigners will take part in demonstrations across the country this weekend in what has been dubbed the groups’ largest ever joint grassroots national day of action.
Facebook has told MPs it has found no new evidence of adverts from Russian-linked accounts targeting voters in the Brexit campaign.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has announced the Government supports a total ban on bee-harming pesticides in the countryside across Europe.
A set-top box used to run the Kodi streaming software has been recalled over fears it could shock users.