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The Dane was overshadowed by her rivals for the final Spitzenkandidaten debate
Governments seem to have embraced the end of austerity but it is not without controversy
The two self proclaimed ‘strongmen’ have plenty to smile about
EU countries face a deadline to save a deal with Tehran that neither party wants to lose
The European Commission presidency is highest on leaders’ minds
Past episodes can offer some insights
Latest forecasts show Rome’s deficit ballooning to 3.5 per cent of GDP next year
The European Commission is poised to revise down growth forecasts for the euro area and wider EU
EU’s unity is increasingly being tested by dynamics both within and outside the EU
Candidates cross verbal swords on everything from environmental taxes to European armies
Member states will have to decide whether to approve accession talks with applicants
For outgoing politicians, it’s time to define their legacy, to show what the commission has achieved
The result was a vindication of the candidate’s moderate, low-key campaign strategy
Timmermans is eyeing a ‘progressive’ alliance that would back him for the EU’s top job
Diplomats describe delay as a classic summit solution that provides something for everyone
Is it wise for the EU to ease up and offer Britain more time?
The summit is the first since Brussels branded Beijing a ‘systemic rival’
MEPs stall draft regulation over fears it will hurt smaller platforms more than Big Tech
Romania’s legal pursuit against Kovesi is spilling over into Brussels business
In the absence of financial market pressure, how can the EU make Athens play ball?
May’s plan seems to be accepting a long delay while stressing Britain would seek to end it early
Peter Altmaier tells Margrethe Vestager to rewrite competition rule book
Does Slovakia’s election result mean the populist surge in central Europe is past its zenith?
Social media giant fights off accusations that it helps foreign actors meddle in elections
The tool’s eventual firepower could be capped to as little as €22bn spread over seven years