LUXEMBOURG/BRUSSELS European Union Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Monday British Prime Minister Theresa May should endorse a permanent customs union with the bloc - as proposed by the opposition Labour party - to break the impasse over their looming divorce.
LUXEMBOURG Luxembourg's veteran foreign minister Jean Asselborn on Friday said only a move toward a second referendum could win Britain a delay of the current Brexit date at the end of March.
LUXEMBOURG/FRANKFURT The European Central Bank won a landmark court case on Tuesday as the European Union's top judges backed its multi-trillion- euro purchases of government bonds after a complaint by a group of German eurosceptics.
LUXEMBOURG/BRUSSELS The European Union's top court ruled on Monday that the British government may reverse its decision to leave the bloc without consulting other member states, a decision welcomed by those campaigning to stop Brexit. | Video
LUXEMBOURG/LONDON, Dec 10 The European Union's
top court ruled on Monday that the United Kingdom can
unilaterally revoke its divorce notice, raising the hopes of
pro-Europeans ahead of a crucial vote in the British parliament
on Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal.
LUXEMBOURG Britain should be allowed to unilaterally revoke its departure notice from the European Union, an adviser to the bloc's highest court said on Tuesday, before a landmark ruling in the coming weeks.
LUXEMBOURG The European Central Bank defended its 2.6 trillion-euro bond-buying program before the European Union's top court on Tuesday from accusations it was bankrolling governments and endangering taxpayer money.
LUXEMBOURG Authorities in Luxembourg hope Malaysia's new government may offer new information on some $100 million (£74.2 million) from investment fund 1MDB that Luxembourg froze two years ago in a money-laundering probe, judicial sources told Reuters.
LUXEMBOURG, May 18 Authorities in Luxembourg
hope Malaysia's new government may offer new information on some
$100 million from investment fund 1MDB that Luxembourg froze two
years ago in a money-laundering probe, judicial sources told
LUXEMBOURG/BRUSSELS Europe's top judges dealt a rare blow to European Union antitrust regulators on Wednesday by sending their case against U.S. chipmaker Intel Corp back to court for an appeal. | Video