Report offers 38 stop-gap measures on asylum
The development of a European system of drones will get a small, but significant, mention at the summit of EU leaders
MEPs have been putting pressure on the European Commission to come up with new rules on the quality of the air that we breathe
The Commission is looking into telecoms mergers in Ireland and Germany, but the industry is worried about losing out to global rivals
Outcomes of Vilnius summit look small
General Court criticised for speed of proceedings
Compromise reached on emissions pledges
The main plenary chamber at last week's climate summit in Warsaw was the last place to look for optimism.
With only two deals pending with Georgia and Moldova, what can the EU learn from its Eastern Partnership project?
In a surprise judgment, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has ruled that the European Union's Council of Ministers was legally entitled to refuse a 1.7% salary increase for European Union staff that the [...]
Industry and governments are worried that the upcoming Commission proposal could discourage shale gas exploration
MEPs must choose between accepting a weak Council position on control of biofuel or handing the issue to the next Parliament
Spending irregularities up for third year in a row.
The European Commission is finding it hard to balance good intentions and good business as it plans limits on plastic bags
Negotiations on the European Union's budget for next year are heading for a showdown in the coming weeks. We cut through the complexities to explain what is at stake.
The European Union's plans for closer ties with its eastern neighbours are coming under strain because of strong-arm tactics by Russia.
‘No reason to change our European policy'.
Search begins for a trouble-free coalition [...]
Australia backs out of emissions trading scheme
A politically-sensitive report to be released tomorrow will provide ammunition for those who persist in believing that scientists have got it wrong on climate change
CDU's narrow failure to secure a majority means coalition partner will seek to shape EU decision-making.