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Berlusconi: The musical is real but phone calls from Macron might not be
The Polish president fell victim to a prank call (not for the first time).
How Washington chased Huawei out of Europe
The Chinese tech giant is scaling back in Brussels, Paris and London and pivoting to its domestic market.
The UK is starting to get real about Europe
Rishi Sunak signals are harbinger of more sensible EU ties.
Ex-Tory who slammed European Court of Human Rights takes UK to … European Court of Human Rights
Former Conservative MP — and critic of the ECHR — challenges UK’s handling of lobbying probe.
EU diplomats see ‘London talking to London’ as Westminster debates Swiss-style pact with Brussels
While Sunak’s government tries to hose down report it’s after closer ties, the EU has yet to be presented with anything concrete.
UK eurosceptics warn British government against Swiss-style ties with EU
The British government said it has no plans to move to a Swiss-style relationship with the European Union after some of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's eurosceptic lawmakers warned him against pursuing a closer alignment with the trading bloc.
Mike Bloomberg apologises to guests after Boris Johnson criticises China in speech
The former Prime Minister is said to have been critical of China during a speech to guests at the five-star Fullerton Bay hotel in Singapore
Mitch McConnell wins top GOP leadership slot, with 10 splitting for Rick Scott. 'I voted for change,' Lindsey Graham said
The vote makes McConnell the longest-serving Senate leader in history as Democrats keep control of the upper chamber.
Sunak and Macron: A bankers’ bromance
A new UK prime minister and a deal on cross-Channel migration could herald a reset in Anglo-French relations.
Can the UK-France crackdown on Channel smugglers work?
French patrols often describe their mission as a game of cat-and-mouse, played against the clock, in the dark.
French, British rescuers passed buck as migrants drowned
The French and British coast guard services passed the buck as a dinghy packed with migrants sank in the Channel last year, leading to the most deadly such accident on record, according to reports on Monday.
France, UK sign new deal on thwarting migrant Channel crossings
France and the UK on Monday signed a new agreement to work together to stop migrants crossing the Channel to England in small boats, a source of huge bilateral tension.
China's Bid To Rewrite Global Rules Face Western Intelligence Agencies
"Beijing is changing the definition of national security into a much broader concept," said Jeremy Fleming, director, Government Communication Headquarters of Britain
Growing majority of Britons think Brexit was a mistake, new poll shows
A top pollster revealed that 57% of the UK's population think Brexit was not a good choice, as opposed to 43% who think it was.
GOP closing in on House win; Senate control up for grabs
Republicans were closing in Wednesday on a narrow House majority while control of the Senate hinged on a series of tight races in a midterm election that defied expectations of sweeping conservative victories driven by frustration over ...
UK minister Gavin Williamson, facing bullying allegation, resigns
Williamson’s departure raises questions about the judgement of new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak who promised stability and integrity.
UK, France in 'final stages' of deal to tackle illegal migration
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak expressed optimism on Monday about working with France to tackle illegal migration and his spokesman said the two nations were close to a new deal to curb the number of migrants crossing the English Cha...
Rishi Sunak U-turn and wishes without plans
Rishi Sunak decided not to participate in the UN climate change conference, COP27. The government also blocked King Charles from participating, even though he was one of the first in the world to warn us of the dangers of climate change.
What is COP27 and why is it important?
World leaders are discussing action to tackle climate change at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt.
Boris Johnson at COP27 in 'purely supportive role'
The UK's former prime minister says he is at the COP27 climate summit in a "supportive role" to the current Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
NI Protocol: Issues can be resolved within weeks, says Šefčovič
Northern Ireland Protocol disputes can be resolved in "a couple of weeks", the EU's chief Brexit negotiator has said.
COP27: Ukraine a reason to act fast on climate change - Rishi Sunak
Rishi Sunak tells the COP27 summit in Egypt a greener planet is possible and there "is room for hope".
Indian Hacking Group Targeted Critics Of Qatar FIFA World Cup: Report
The Qatari authorities said the allegations are "patently false without merit". The 31-year-old employee of an accountancy firm who is alleged to be the mastermind denied the claims made by the Sunday Times.
Politicians play a dangerous game by going on reality TV (and eating kangaroo penis)
The UK’s Matt Hancock is the latest lawmaker to choose television over policy.
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