Brexit talks with Brussels could continue over the weekend as Boris Johnson continues efforts to sell his plans to the European Union.
Boris Johnson faces another showdown with the courts as his opponents look to force a Brexit extension following Europe’s critical response to the UK’s proposals for a deal.
Boris Johnson’s proposals for a new Brexit deal have been rejected by the Irish government and left European Union leaders “unconvinced”.
Boris Johnson’s proposals for a Brexit deal have been rejected by the Irish government.
Boris Johnson has told MPs he has made a “genuine attempt to bridge the chasm” with the EU by making compromises to strike a fresh Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson will speak with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday afternoon to discuss his proposals for changing the backstop.
Boris Johnson insisted progress is being made in Brexit talks with Brussels and the chances of an agreement have risen – but the European Union said a no-deal outcome remained a “distinct possibility”.
Angela Merkel has told Boris Johnson the European Union would be prepared for a no-deal Brexit, as she welcomed the Prime Minister to Berlin.
Boris Johnson is heading to Berlin and Paris to “see if there’s movement” on the European side in an effort to break the Brexit deadlock, no-deal planning chief Michael Gove has said.
The European Union has restated its “single united position” over Brexit as Boris Johnson prepares for talks with the leaders of its most influential nations.
A children’s toy lightsaber which had lead in its paint has been pulled from sale.
The European Union has pledged £1.3 million to a UK gender balance initiative campaigning for equal representation across the international music festival landscape.
All new cars could be fitted with special devices from 2022 to automatically make them keep to the speed limit after new EU rules were provisionally agreed.
An industry leader will launch a Europe-wide manifesto calling for gender equality in music, both on stage and behind the scenes.
London Stock Exchange Group has appointed Goldman Sachs veteran David Schwimmer as its new chief executive.
An EU fishing chief has called for “realism and flexibility” as a “perfect storm” looms large for the industry across Europe.
Remote Scottish island communities have welcomed news the European Commission will not stand in their way when submitting windfarm plans in the next Contract for Difference (CfD) auction round.
UK Government figures believe devolving tax powers to Highland Council could safeguard the region’s vital discount on passenger flights.
The Highlands and islands could face a “catastrophic” blow as the future of tax-free flights from the region hangs in the balance.
Inverness Airport has received a boost after EU chiefs ruled it could continue to receive Scottish Government cash.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) is joining a high-level mission to Canada led by European agriculture and rural development commissioner Phil Hogan.
New research carried out by European Commission has identified the Highlands and Islands as the least competitive region in the UK.
European fishing chiefs have delivered their annual proposals for catch “opportunities” for the following year.
New proposals from fishing chiefs in Brussels aim to deliver “a sustainable and profitable” management plan for a swathe of the North Sea.
Scores of projects across Scotland are still waiting for millions of pounds of vital funding to be released – seven months after the cash was frozen by European Commission bosses.
European Union fishing chiefs want to reinforce control over EU boats fishing outside the bloc and non-EU vessels operating within it.
The European Parliament's environment committee has voted against proposals which would give member states the powers to ban genetically modified (GM) food or feed.
Opposition politicians rounded on the Scottish Government last night after European Union bosses suspended £46million of funding that was destined for dozens of social projects.
EUROPEAN Union bosses have frozen more than £45million of money destined for scores of projects across Scotland - because of a blunder by the Scottish Government.
The European Commission has been urged to launch an investigation into the UK’s electricity market amid claims of "discrimination" against the north and north-east.
A north-east scientist has been appointed the new chairwoman of a trust that financially supports students and academics.
Thirteen communities in the Highlands are poised to get cut-price petrol and diesel after the European Commission approved plans to extend a discount scheme.