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Brexit: EU leaders set to move talks on to next stage

Brexit: EU leaders set to move talks on to next stage

President of the European Council Donald Tusk has confirmed that EU leaders have agreed to move on to the second phase of Brexit talks....
Russia could cut off internet to NATO countries

Russia could cut off internet to NATO countries

Chair of the NATO military committee Air Chief Marshall Sir Stuart Peach says Russian ships have been spotted close to Atlantic cables that carry...
Boost for Scotland’s wilderness and wildlife

Boost for Scotland’s wilderness and wildlife

Scotland’s international reputation as a key destination for experiencing world-class wild landscapes and outstanding wildlife is to be boosted by Trees for Life joining...
EU leaders disagree on migrant quotas

EU leaders disagree on migrant quotas

EU leaders are divided over a quota scheme for housing migrants, as they gather for a summit in Brussels. Summit chairman and European Council President...
France, Portugal and Spain to attend energy summit

France, Portugal and Spain to attend energy summit

Portugal will organise a summit early next year dedicated to energy interconnectors, as lawmakers work to end the Iberian Peninsula’s energy market isolation. Portuguese Prime...
Tusk labels next phase of Brexit talks ‘real test of EU unity’

Tusk labels next phase of Brexit talks ‘real test of EU unity’

EU Council President Donald Tusk said the next phase of talks on Brexit will be the real test of unity and success can only...

A state of Mind

Chief Executive of Mind, Paul Farmer CBE, discusses the current state of mental health within the UK, and the role Mind plays in driving...
Vatican to launch news site

Vatican to launch news site

Before Christmas, the Vatican plans to launch its new multimedia communications website, although the Vatican Radio and Vatican Television Centre sites will still be...
Sweden to re-establish military unit on Gotland

Sweden to re-establish military unit on Gotland

Sweden says it is re-establishing the nation’s first new military regiment since World War II, a unit of 350 soldiers that will be based...
May heads to Brussels after EU vote loss

May heads to Brussels after EU vote loss

UK PM Theresa May is due at a summit in Brussels, Belgium, just hours after Conservative rebels defeated the government in a key Brexit...

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