LONDON Those hoping that last night's confidence vote in Theresa May would bring some clarity to the Brexit process will be sorely disappointed. Like in some pointless 19th century duel, both combatants have emerged standing but badly wounded.
LONDON It has now been confirmed that Conservative lawmakers have put in enough letters of no-confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger a vote on her leadership.
LONDON Faced with heavy defeat for her Brexit plan in parliament, Theresa May chose to call off the vote and play for time.
LONDON The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has just ruled that Britain can end Brexit unilaterally, a ruling that could play into the unpredictable Brexit-related events of the next 48 hours.
LONDON Germany's ruling Christian Democrats vote to replace Angela Merkel as their leader today, with the successful candidate then a hot favourite to become a future chancellor.
LONDON The policies of French President Emmanuel Macron's government look increasingly directed by the street.
LONDON The consensus on yesterday’s humiliating defeats for the government over Brexit is that a no-deal Brexit is somewhat less likely and Theresa May’s government has been weakened by lawmakers claiming back power for parliament.
LONDON Today's parliamentary debate on Brexit marks the start of a process which over coming weeks should finally lift the fug of uncertainty over Britain's future place in Europe - at least, that is what voters, business and plenty of capitals around the EU hope.
LONDON Spain, where memories of the military dictatorship of Francisco Franco abide, long resisted the rise of far-right parties seen elsewhere in Europe. Now the nationalist Vox party has won seats in the local assembly of Andalusia, the southern region that has one of Europe's highest unemployment rates and is the entry point for thousands of Africans reaching Spain by sea.
LONDON This year's G20 summit starting today in Buenos Aires looks even more troubled than last year's, with delegations reporting a struggle to agree on anything meaningful for the final communique.