One of the big political stories from last week was the publicity surrounding the cohort of 29 Brexit Party elected members turning their backs during the EU’s anthem in Strasbourg.
Brexit Party MEPs turned their backs during a rendition of Ode To Joy in the European Parliament as chaotic scenes marked the opening day of the new legislature in Strasbourg.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have clashed over their plans for delivering Brexit as a former head of the civil service warned against making “straitjacket” promises to leave on Halloween.
Talks aimed at allocating the European Union’s top jobs will continue at a special summit later this month after no majority could be reached on any candidate.
The Spanish government would not block an independent Scotland from joining the European Union if the country’s exit from the UK was “legally achieved”, a senior diplomat has declared.
Tory leadership hopeful Sajid Javid has said he is prepared to take Britain out of the EU without a deal if concessions from Brussels cannot be secured.
The crowded field in the race to replace Theresa May now has another runner as Mark Harper launched his bid to be the next prime minister.
Tory leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt insisted he would be more likely to succeed in Brexit negotiations with Brussels than an “ultra hardliner”.
Nicola Sturgeon has said Boris Johnson would be a “disaster as prime minister” and has slammed his time as the UK Government’s foreign secretary.
Two seats in the European election in Ireland have been filled by Fine Gael’s Mairead McGuinness and the Green Party’s Ciaran Cuffe.
The first seat in the European elections in the Republic of Ireland has been filled by Fine Gael’s Mairead McGuinness.
The second day of counting in the European elections gets under way later on Monday.
Cinema stars have produced a manifesto backing the European Union ahead of continent-wide elections.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have clashed following the collapse of cross-party talks aimed at finding a Brexit compromise.
Cross-party Brexit talks have collapsed after Jeremy Corbyn told Theresa May they had “gone as far as they can”.
American demands for the UK to accept chlorinated chicken and use of hormones in food is to “appeal to aspects of the domestic audience” rather than a workable trade negotiation, Michael Gove has claimed.
A businessman has been jailed for defrauding the European Union and the Welsh Government out of £4.7m by misusing cash meant to help process fish feed.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
Plaid Cymru has launched its EU election campaign with leader Adam Price using a speech to call for an independent Wales in Europe.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has launched his party’s European election campaign in Wales.