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London snatches the crown from Paris as Europe’s largest stock market after Emmanuel Macron’s snap election sends investors into a spin

It’s been a turbulent week in France since President Emmanuel Macron suddenly announced snap elections and dissolved the National Assembly. The news rocked the French...

Hungary fined €200M for breaking EU asylum rules

Budapest’s inaction “constitutes an unprecedented and exceptionally serious breach of EU law,” the court said. Along with the €200 million fine, Hungary will be fined...

Who won, who lost and who cocked up in the EU election

Winners Ursula von der Leyen The European Commission president emerged from Sunday’s vote with a possible coalition of Socialists, liberals and her own center-right European People’s...

EU election results — Europe swings to the right

As election result projections were revealed on Sunday evening, our EU Confidential team recorded a live episode with first reactions and analysis from our...

EU vote humiliates Scholz’s German coalition

The center-right Christian Democrats were the clear victors on Sunday, winning 30.2 percent of the vote according to a projection for German public television. The...

EU elections: Slovakia and Italy voting; Far-right surge expected

Slovakia, Latvia and the smallest EU member Malta have opened their polls this morning. This afternoon...

European elections: Irish and Czechs head to the polls

It is Ireland and Czechia's turn to vote. Yesterday, the Dutch expressed their support for the...

Exit poll: Green/socialists lead Wilders’ PVV biggest gainer

47% of Dutch voters headed to the polls on the first day of the European elections....

Why could Renew Europe see a major drop in MEPs after EU vote?

Euronews pollsters predict a potential loss of up to 20 MEPs for the EU liberal-democrats group...

Portugal scraps ‘manifestation of interest’ clause in latest immigration crackdown

Portugal is trying to shake off its reputation as one of Europe’s most welcoming countries for immigrants, with its right-leaning government taking the ax...

Why Europe’s young are increasingly anti-immigration

Analysis by the Guardian has uncovered growing opposition to immigration among younger generations in the EU, contradicting accepted wisdom about the nature of support...

Homes, training and jobs: what’s the reality of Social Europe?

What is Social Europe? How can social rights enhance the well-being of EU citizens while addressing...

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