Nicola Sturgeon has urged voters to use next week’s European elections to “stand up for Scotland’s right to be heard”.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that Europe needs to “reposition” itself in a changed world as she welcomed European powers’ unity over Iran.
Theresa May was filmed kicking a ball around her Maidenhead constituency after the “inspiring” performances of English clubs in Europe this week.
SNP chiefs have apologised after European election mail shots were sent out incorrectly addressed – with Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie apparently receiving one addressed to ‘Edna’.
The pound was in the doldrums on Wednesday as Brexit uncertainty continued to plague the currency.
Theresa May was met with derision on social media after she compared her efforts to secure a deal on Brexit with Liverpool FC’s odds-defying victory in the Champions League.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
Scotland should consider establishing a citizens’ assembly on the country’s European interests, according to a new report.
The pound got a boost on Wednesday as hopes were raised for a resolution to Brexit.
Recruitment firm Robert Walters has posted growth in the first quarter despite uncertainty in Europe, as its Asian business continued to boom.
News of the delay to Brexit was positively received by travel stocks in London on Thursday, as the deadline was pushed back to after summer.
Top-flight shares in London finished the day in the red on Tuesday, but losses were pared by a dip in the value of the pound.
Jeremy Corbyn says the Government has been “running down the clock” and “bullying and threatening” MPs in order to force through Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
There is still hope that Brexit can be cancelled to ensure the UK remains a part of the EU, Patrick Harvie has said.
The Irish shipping industry has seen a marked increase in business as companies bypass British ports amid Brexit fears, the head of Dublin Port has said.
Leaders of China, France, Germany and the European Commission have agreed to seek fairer global trade rules and work together to face the world’s economic and security challenges in an implicit response to the United States’ protectionist policies.
MEPs have voted in favour of controversial changes to online copyright across the EU, in a decision designed to make tech giants more responsible for paying creatives, musicians and news outlets more fairly for their work online.
A decision on whether to adopt copyright changes that would create a tighter grip over online content will be voted on by MEPs on Tuesday.
British MEP Daniel Hannan has inspired a new hashtag as Twitter users reacted to claims he had got his facts wrong about Irish history.
Microsoft has detected cyber attacks targeting think tanks and non-profit organisations across Europe in the lead-up to European Parliament elections.