European Council president Donald Tusk speaks during a debate at the European Parliament in Strasbourg,  on Tuesday. Photograph:  AFP

The door remains open to the European Union if the UK wants to change its mind on Brexit, the most senior leaders of the EU institutions have said. I(...)

The City of London. Photograph: iStock

Moves that could force investment firms to transfer hundreds of UK jobs to the European Union after Brexit are being described by asset managers as a (...)

Despite gross domestic product rocketing as the government splurges on higher public-sector salaries and cuts taxes, Romania’s wealth – calculated as citizens’ net assets as a share of disposable income – remains about the same as it was five years ago.

The benefits of living in the Europe Union’s fastest-growing economy may not endure for Romanians. Despite gross domestic product rocketing as the g(...)

New payments rules aim to break up banks’ monopoly of the payments system in Europe.  It’s ultimately aimed at making it cheaper for consumers and retailers to do business.

What’s up with all these rule “overhauls” I’ve been hearing about lately that are supposed to change the world for European consumers and investors? I(...)

Britain’s prime minister Theresa May:  how will the EU act when it comes to securing a trade deal with a country that is still the fifth largest economy in the world? Photograph: EPA

Here comes another tortuous year of Brexit, and it will be tiresome to read about. So I’m getting in early. The frothing anti-EU British press will de(...)

Beef and dairy products are left exposed by a potential no-deal Brexit – particularly some areas of the beef sector and cheddar cheese.

The deal reached before Christmas to allow the talks between Britain and the European Union to progress have led to speculation that we might be headi(...)

It is understood that, following receipt of the initial assessments or legal, operational and regulatory issues before Christmas, the departments have now been asked for full lists on potential policy responses.   Photograph: Brian O’Leary/RollingNews.ie

The Government is pushing ahead with contingency planning for a no-deal Brexit, in the event the UK leaves the EU without an agreement. Government d(...)

Bulgarian prime minister Boyko Borisov. Photograph: Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP/Getty Images

Bulgaria launched its first EU presidency with a flourish with speeches and glorious traditional music and dance – a cross between Riverdance, Horslip(...)

Ibec’s brief argues that the USA v Microsoft case has global implications and that endorsing the US justice department’s position would set a dangerous international precedent. Photograph: David Ryder/Bloomberg

Business representative group Ibec has submitted a brief to the US supreme court in relation to a landmark case involving attempts by US law enforceme(...)

Eirgrid’s interconnector project comprises a 400kV overhead line circuit linking an existing substation in Woodland, Co Meath, with a planned substation in Turleenan, Co Tyrone. Photograph: Getty

A High Court judge has dismissed a second legal challenge to the planned 138km north-south electricity interconnector. Mr Justice Max Barrett also re(...)

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