Members of the European Parliament have revoked the parliamentary immunity of Marine Le Pen, the fiery leader of France?s far-right National Front, paving the way for her to face charges in her country for inciting racial hatred.
An endless refrain of British Governments over the decades has been the need to reform the Common Agricultural Policy, usually delivered above a continuo of the need to make economies in the running of the European Union. It would be logical to deduce therefore that whenever the opportunity to improve the efficiency and the economic effectiveness of the farm policy arises the Brits would be in there leading the charge
Germany wants EU-US free trade talks to start next week, Chancellor Angela Merkel‘s spokesman.
President François Hollande appeared to do little to rein in his colleagues? attacks on EU in the wake of trying times in domestic political arena
France’s President Francois Hollande sacks his Environment Minister Delphine Batho after she criticised cuts to her department.
Spike in borrowing costs following the teetering of the governing coalition could force EU and IMF officials into a discussion about a second bailout
The European Parliament has voted down a controversial proposal put forward by German Green MEP Sven Giegold to introduce a bonus cap for managers of UCITS investment funds. Mr Giegold wanted to curb bonuses so that they could no longer exceed managers’ basic salaries.