If there’s one thing Maltese fishermen fear even more than a thrashing three-meter swordfish, it’s the EU’s growing momentum toward quotas across the Mediterranean.
Along the docks in this small coastal town, fishermen all tell the same tale: Ireland should follow Britain out of the EU.
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen promised a referendum on membership of the EU during a campaign speech at Villepinte, Monday, while painting her rival Emmanuel Macron as a “radical EU extremist.”
Fears grow that corruption case could weaken the EU’s credibility on fishing quotas.
Something is rotten in the state of Denmark — but the fishy odor could end up smelling sweet for U.K. Brexit negotiators.
The EU could undergo a radical transformation in the years to come, according to U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s de facto deputy.
Belgium’s civil servants cost the country more than any other in Europe, Le Soir reported Saturday.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be “sitting down to negotiate with the presidents, prime ministers and chancellors of Europe” if the Conservatives “lose just six seats” in next month’s election, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said Saturday.
International companies use Malta as a base to avoid paying tax elsewhere, according to a large-scale leak of documents from the financial services industry in the EU’s smallest country.