Boris Johnson has heralded the end of “far too many years of argument and division” as he signed the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement ahead of Britain’s departure from the EU next week.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said that there has to be a level playing field in the Brexit negotiations to ensure the single market and customs union are “not diluted”.
The European Union and Britain will struggle to seal an agreement on trade and other aspects of their future ties after Brexit next year and should consider extending the negotiations beyond 2020, a top EU official has said in an interview.
The UK has inflicted “unnecessary damage” on itself with Brexit but would be warmly welcomed back into the EU at any time, the European Commission’s vice president has said.
The European Space Agency is not working towards any military projects but member states are free to create their own space forces, the ESA’s head has said.
The EU Commission president-elect has said her ambitious agenda at the head of the European Union’s executive will centre on the “existential issue” of battling climate change.
The European Commission has launched “infringement proceedings” against Britain after Boris Johnson refused to nominate a new British EU commissioner.
Britain will not appoint a new EU commissioner despite demands from Brussels to do so, the Government has confirmed.
New imaging technology has been developed to help picture how tumours form.
The European Union has pledged £1.3 million to a UK gender balance initiative campaigning for equal representation across the international music festival landscape.
Google has confirmed it has appealed against a 1.49 billion euro (£1.3 billion) fine issued by the European Commission for alleged illegal practices in search advertising.
Facebook is to update its terms of service to more clearly explain how its business model works, including how it uses data from users, the social network has confirmed.
The European Commission has called for human oversight and transparency in artificial intelligence-based systems in order to ensure the technology is “trustworthy”.
All new cars could be fitted with special devices from 2022 to automatically make them keep to the speed limit after new EU rules were provisionally agreed.
Google’s £1.27 billion fine for alleged illegal practices in search advertising is the third time the European Commission has reprimanded the tech firm in less than three years.
Google is to begin asking Android users in Europe about their preferred search engine and web browser apps after being accused of abusing its position by the EU competition authorities.
The European Commission has accused Facebook, Google and Twitter of failing to provide enough details on the steps they have taken to cut disinformation on their services.
Facebook has been criticised for not acting quickly enough in the fight against fake news and lacking transparency on its progress.
Dundee is flush with many cultural gems – museums, art galleries, performing art centres and scores of sculptures.
An industry leader will launch a Europe-wide manifesto calling for gender equality in music, both on stage and behind the scenes.