Downing Street denies UK willing to pay €40 billion Brexit divorce bill
Downing Street has dismissed the idea of paying a Brexit divorce bill of up to €40 billion, as leading supporters said they would not accept handing over such a...
Brexit: Free movement with EU will end in March 2019
Free movement of people between Britain and the European Union will end in March 2019 when Britain leaves the bloc, according to UK Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesperson
Britain accepts it will have to pay EU exit bill

The UK acknowledged for the first time that it will have to pay money to...

The UK acknowledged for the first time that it will...

At least five candidates seek to take Comodini Cachia’s seat in the European Parliament

Only Stefano Mallia and Kevin Plumpton rule out intention to submit their nomination for the PN MEP casual election

Only Stefano Mallia and Kevin Plumpton rule out intention...

Gifts and revolving doors should be included in MPs’ code of conduct

GRECO, the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption watchdog, has reiterated its call on the Maltese authorities to revise the Code of Conduct for MPs

GRECO, the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption...

Sant: EU defence plan not in interest of neutral countries like Malta

Former Maltese PM says EU does not even have clear definition of which State...

Former Maltese PM says EU does not even have clear...

Malta MEPs rebel against parties backing tax transparency law

Malta’s six MEPs have refused to back a draft EU directive that would...

Malta’s six MEPs have refused to back a draft EU...

UK Prime Minister Theresa May's offer to EU citizens 'falls short'

Theresa May's offer to give EU citizens in the UK ‘settled...

Theresa May's offer to give EU citizens in the UK...

UK business leaders to call for indefinite delay in leaving single market

Business leaders have called on the UK to seek to stay inside the EU single market and a customs union 'until a final deal is in force'

Business leaders have called on the UK to seek to stay...

EU and Japan reach free trade deal

The European Union and Japan have formally agreed an outline free-trade deal

The European Union and Japan have formally agreed an...

Sant abstains in tax disclosure EP vote, argues tax flexibility required for economic activity

'EU member states with limited endowments must rely on tax flexibility to promote economic activity' - Alfred Sant

'EU member states with limited endowments must...

Amnesty blames EU for 'soaring' migrant death toll

Amnesty International has blamed 'failing EU policies' for the...

Amnesty International has blamed 'failing EU...

EU commission unveils migrant ‘action plan’ for Italy

The European Commission unveiled a new plan to help Italy cope with a...

The European Commission unveiled a new plan to...

EU clears Italy's €5.4 billion state bailout for Monte dei Paschi

The EU has approved a €5.4 billion bailout of Italy's troubled...

The EU has approved a €5.4 billion bailout of...

If it made things ‘simpler’, Muscat would take blame for migration

Malta’s prime minister says EU leaders are to blame for lack of solidarity among member states on irregular migration

Malta’s prime minister says EU leaders are to blame...

Poor MEP attendance for Malta’s end-of-presidency speech raises Juncker’s ire

Jean-Claude Juncker lashes out at ‘ridiculous’ European Parliament after only 30 MEPs turned up for Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s...

Jean-Claude Juncker lashes out at ‘ridiculous’...

EU holds migration crisis talks as Italy threatens to close ports

European ministers are to meet for crisis talks as Italy warns the influx of...

European ministers are to meet for crisis talks as Italy...

Malta's EU presidency secures broad political agreement on setting up EU asylum agency

The agreement is part of the EU's efforts to have a fully-fledged EU Agency for Asylum that is better able to respond to challenges posed by irregular...

The agreement is part of the EU's efforts to have a...

Brexit could cost EU €20 billion, commissioner warns

Günther Oettinger, the European commissioner for the budget, said the loss...

Günther Oettinger, the European commissioner for the...

EU fines Google record €2.42 billion for breaching competition rules

The European Union has fined Google €2.42 billion for breaching competition rules in online shopping service

The European Union has fined Google €2.42 billion for...

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