DUBLIN (Reuters) - There is still a good bit of work to do on the post-Brexit Irish border ‘backstop’, Ireland’s Prime Minister said on Tuesday, expecting a country with as “proud” a history as Britain
ROME (Reuters) - European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker has said a number of EU countries do not want to offer Italy flexibility over its 2019 budget, Italian news agency ANSA reported on Tuesday.
PARIS (Reuters) - European Commission Chief Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday it was possible to strike a Brexit deal between next week’s European summit in Brussels and a possible summit in November,
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier met Northern Irish politicians on Tuesday and said he was “working hard to explain and de-dramatise” the Irish border backstop, a key
Jean-Claude Juncker appeared to mock Theresa May's iconic Abba dance when he gave a speech in Brussels on Monday. His aping of the prime minister's Tory Party Conference moves could not come at a worst
After giving Theresa May plenty of stick at Salzburg, European leaders are now dangling a carrot in front of her: the imminent prospect of a deal. Leo Varadkar spoke of how he wanted to "get down to business"
Celtic have proved they can bounce back swiftly from heavy European defeats and be strong on their return to domestic action, says defender Mikael Lustig. Brendan Rodgers' side will head to Perth to face
PARIS (AFP) - Unai Emery's Arsenal cruised to a 3-0 victory away to Azeri champions Qarabag in the Europa League on Thursday, while Celtic slumped to a 3-1 defeat against Red Bull Salzburg. Sokratis bundled
Celtic took a second minute lead but eventually capitulated as they lost 3-1 to Red Bull Salzburg, while James Forrest was sent off in the closing stages 8.34pm BST And here’s your match report. With I