Britain’s top court ruled Tuesday that ‘Brexit’ cannot proceed without a parliamentary vote.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte sought to draw votes from his far-right opponent with a full-page newspaper ad that said that immigrants engaging in antisocial behavior should leave.
Authorities in Pristina view Serbia's decision to open a railway link to northern Kosovo as a violation of the disputed territory's sovereignty.
Germany's Constitutional Court ruled on Tuesday that far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) bore similarities to Adolf Hitler's Nazi party, but opted not to ban it, saying that it was too weak to endanger democracy.
The roughly 1,000 troops are the first of a 3,500-strong unit. Russia criticized the deployment, calling it a threat to security.
Historically enemies, minorities and parties like France's National Front are increasingly in sync as the former seek insurance against radical Islam and the latter tries to gain mainstream credibility.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is a reluctant voice of restrictionism for EU citizens. But he and his party are reading Britain's anti-immigration political winds.