EU member outrage over France and Germany’s surprise call for summit with Putin

Brussels: France and Germany’s call for European Union summit talks with Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, met fierce opposition from Poland and the Baltic countries. EU leaders discussed overhauling their foreign policy towards Moscow at a European Council meeting, held a week after Joe Biden, the US president, met Putin

Jose Mourinho's expert Euro 2020 country-by-country guide as he warns England 'it has to be now' with final at Wembley

EURO 2020 is nearly upon us… finally! And SunSport's resident expert Jose Mourinho has had his say on England, Scotland, Wales and all of the major players ahead of next week's curtain-raiser. WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game From squad selection and managers to tactics

Dominic Raab slams EU countries' AstraZeneca ban with 'no reasonable grounds' as their vaccine rollouts 'not going well'

BRITS should carry on taking the AstraZeneca vaccine with confidence and there are "no reasonable grounds" for its suspension by EU states, Dominic Raab said today. The foreign secretary insisted scientists around the world, including at the European Medicines Agency, agree the jab is "safe" and said he "feels" for

Ministers accuse EU of stoking fight over Northern Ireland protocol

Ministers accuse EU of stoking fight over Northern Ireland protocol because they are jealous of UK’s vaccine rollout as DUP says ‘belligerent’ Brussels doesn’t care about peace process EU and UK engaged in bitter row over terms of Brexit deal for Northern Ireland Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng suggested EU jealous

Britain failed to tell EU countries about criminal convictions

Britain failed to tell EU countries about convictions of more than 135,000 criminals including almost 200 killers and rapists after massive computer glitch Home Office knew about the problem six years ago but tried to hush it up Huge backlog of files still being sent to police forces across the

Covid: EU gives initial backing to 'vaccine passports'

EU gives initial backing to ‘vaccine passports’ despite UK government warning travel could spread the disease even after people have had the jabs EU leaders will discuss Covid vaccine passports at crunch summit this week Brussels said passports could be used to allow greater travel across the bloc UK Department

PM to confront EU chief with 'political realities' at dinner TONIGHT

Boris will confront EU chief Ursula von der Leyen with ‘political realities’ on trade deal at crunch dinner in Brussels TONIGHT as Tories warn the UK must NOT back down – but No10 warns the best hope is for MORE talks Boris Johnson will go to Brussels tonight for talks

We’re Finally Getting a New Euphoria Episode Next Week

While Euphoria fans await the arrival of Season 2, HBO is keeping them fed with two special episodes from the series. The first, titled “Part 1: Rue,” arrives on Sunday, December 6, at 9 p.m. ET. It will air live on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO

EU 'wants to rebuild its relationship with the US' to take on China

The EU ‘wants to rebuild its relationship with the US after Trump leaves office’ to take on China The European Commission has drawn up a draft plan to solidify ties with the US It comes in the face of mounting concern over China’s growing global influence Transatlantic tensions have grown

Hungarian Government Calls Children’s Book ‘Homosexual Propaganda’

BUDAPEST, Oct 8 (Reuters) – Hungary’s nationalist government on Thursday condemned a book of modern fairy tales for children published by a lesbian group as “homosexual propaganda” and said it should be banned. The book “Wonderland Is For Everyone,” was published last month by the Labrisz Lesbian Association, and has