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Ukraine and Moldova are officially on the path to membership in the European Union. The EU approved their applications in record time amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and concerns that Moldova might be targeted next. But joining the EU is a complicated process that can take years, and there’s no guarantee either country will ultimately win a seat at Europe’s biggest table.
Economic hardship and war have not pushed Europe’s nations apart, but closer together.
The Conservative MP claims Brexit helped thwart Putin's Ukraine invasion. He is wrong.
Why heightened engagement is imperative for Net Zero.
Brexiteers must be sick of the sight of Alastair Campbell by now, after he delivered another brutal Brexit takedown.
Scottish Government will leave no stone unturned in its efforts to return Scotland to the European Union.
Promoter claims ‘catastrophe’ has cost it more than £88k and accuses British government of hypocrisy.
Eat turnips instead of tomatoes, Environment Secretary Thérèse Coffey has told Brits facing the vegetable shortage.
A FORMER States deputy says he was ‘fed up of watching and wanted to do something’ as he prepares to return to Ukraine just under three months since his last visit. ‘Brexit has made it difficult to move anything.’
Rightly, a central tenet of British foreign policy has long been to abide – and to expect others to abide – by international law.
A tense Brexit debate happened on TalkTV yesterday when a journalist said food shortages weren't impacting war torn Ukraine.
It is wrong to argue that the UK’s inability to return asylum seekers to the EU is driving the increase in the number crossing the Channel. / While there is evidence that Brexit is having an impact on small boat crossings, the migration data does not support Brooks’ analysis. Rather, it suggests that Brexit-related labour shortages with the potential for exploitation, is more significant.
Senior Italian government officials say that the economic and social turbulence in Britain that has followed the withdrawal from the EU has been eye-opening, writes Kim Sengupta.
After Brexit, some anticipated a shift in European sentiment and believed other members would follow the UK's lead. But 6 years on, the bloc seems more cohesive than ever and optimism is high. So why is this? And how did the EU become stronger than ever?
The need to work together on Putin, China and extreme weather mean even the Leaver in No 10 now wants closer ties with Europe.
The European Parliament's 2022 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought has been awarded to the brave people of Ukraine, represented by their president, elected leaders and civil society.
As UK public feeling shifts back to a pro-European stance, is it time to positively charge the nature of the conversation?
Six years post-Brexit, Britain remains haunted by the EU in a neurosis that is not reciprocated in Brussels or other capitals.
In our series looking at life after Brexit, the European parliament’s former negotiator Guy Verhofstadt argues that Britain exchanged a Jaguar for a Ford Fiesta in the 2016 referendum.
Brexit denialist-in-chief Jacob Rees-Mogg is still in full flow. He denies that any harm has come from Brexit – even though he can’t find any benefits.
"Had we been a member of the European Union in February we would not have been able to set a framework to allow Ukraine to be so successful."
At the very time when government wants to be less dependent on food imports, it’s becoming impossible for some farmers to survive.