‘I don’t think we can go on like this forever,’ EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier says.
Tim Davie will take over from Tony Hall in September.
There’s been good news and bad news this week (minus the good bit).
Brexit upended the British political establishment, sending many of the Tories’ biggest beasts to the back benches.
The European Commission aims to make eating habits across the Continent more sustainable.
It took a pandemic, but anti-establishment anger has put the movement on the political map.
German chancellor says politicians should work to bring people together, but declines to say whether US leader is doing so.
Proxy voting system won’t cover all MPs not attending Westminster.
POLITICO’s EU Confidential · Ep 155: Protests spread — G7 drama — French MEP Manon Aubry Listen to the podcast on Spotify | Apple | Google | Soundcloud | Stitcher The killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis at the hands of police officers sparked protests in the United States, as well as in Europe. POLITICO’s Rym Momtaz, Matthew Karnitschnig and David M. Herszenhorn […]