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Marine le Pen faces new problems in French presidential campaign

French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is facing more troubles, with fresh revelations in an investigation into her European Parliament assistants and criticism...

Tony Blair: Scottish independence ‘back on the table’ after Brexit

Tony Blair has said the case for Scottish independence is "much more credible" after the Brexit vote. The former British prime minister warned the break-up...

Merkel reiterates ‘spying among friends’ is unacceptable at surveillance hearing

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told politicians she stands by her 2013 complaint that "spying among friends" is unacceptable as she appeared before a...

Greece says no to Gucci fashion show at Acropolis

Greece's culture ministry has rejected a request by Italian luxury brand Gucci to use the ancient Acropolis for a fashion event this summer. Culture Minister...

French president calls for more cybersecurity for election

French President Francois Hollande is calling for new security measures around the country's presidential race, notably to protect against hacking. Mr Hollande's order came after...

Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy re-elected as Popular Party leader

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has been re-elected as the leader of the conservative Popular Party for a fourth term. The 61-year-old ran unopposed and...

Bill giving Theresa May power to start Brexit talks backed by MPs

Proposals to give UK Prime Minister Theresa May the power to start formal Brexit talks have cleared the House of Commons following overwhelming support...

British Government defeats attempts to give politicians decisive say over final Brexit terms

The British Government comfortably defeated attempts to give British MPs a decisive say over the final terms of Brexit in the face of anger...

French presidential candidate will not withdraw over wife’s pay scandal

French conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon has said he will not withdraw from the race amid a row over his Welsh-born wife Penelope's well-paid...

British government sets out plans for Brexit negotiations

Brexit Secretary David Davis has set out the British government's negotiating strategy for the UK's withdrawal from the EU in a keenly-awaited white paper. Launching...

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Boeing sells just one plane in June amid crisis in aviation

Boeing reported that customers cancelled orders for 60 of its grounded 737 Max jets in June, and the aircraft maker removed another 123 planes...

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City deserve apology after overturning Euro ban

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City deserve an apology after successfully overturning their European ban. The City boss has hit out at rival clubs for what...

France says ‘merci’ to virus heroes on poignant Bastille Day

Medics in white coats replaced uniformed soldiers as stars of France’s Bastille Day ceremonies as the usual grandiose military parade was recalibrated to honour...

Chinese firm Huawei to be stripped out of UK 5G networks by 2027

Boris Johnson risked deepening tensions with Beijing after telecoms firms were ordered to strip Chinese tech giant Huawei’s equipment from 5G networks by 2027. The...

Samantha Womack settles phone hacking claim

Actress Samantha Womack has settled a damages action over phone hacking, the High Court has heard. The TV, film and stage star, best known for...
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