The European Union leaders’ summit began on Thursday, and the second day's agenda includes COVID-19 response, post-Brexit trade talks and climate change
Addressing the 15th India-EU summit, Modi said there is a need for more cooperation among democratic nations to deal with economic problems.
Queen Elizabeth says Brexit on 31 October a 'priority', reopens new parliamentary session with first speech since June 2017
'My government's priority has always been to secure the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union on 31 October,' said Queen Elizabeth while addressing the UK parliament.
Arriving at an EU summit in Brussels on Thursday, May said: "I think it is right that another party leader takes us into that general election."
Conservative lawmakers celebrate as Brexit Bill becomes law; Theresa May calls it a 'historic moment'
The Brexit bill has undergone more than 250 hours of acrimonious debate in the Houses of Parliament since it was introduced in July 2017.
The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier said he hoped for a "constructive" start to Brexit talks with Britain as formal negotiations began in Brussels.
When Leo Varadkar's Indian father, Ashok, moved to Ireland in the 1970s, he chose one of Western Europe's most socially conservative countries to call home.
The Bratislava summit is intended to give the EU a new sense of purpose after the existential crisis triggered by Britain's shock referendum decision to quit the bloc.
Despite growing pressure from EU leaders, Cameron was not expected to trigger Article 50 at an EU summit on Tuesday, another senior EU official said.
India blamed Italy for delaying the repatriation of an Italian marine who has been detained in Delhi for four years as Prime Minister Narenda Modi arrived at a summit with the EU in Brussels hoping to defuse the long-running row.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi late Tuesday night left for Brussels as part of the three-nation tour.
Prime Minister David Cameron faced off Thursday against the 27 other European Union leaders, telling them to grant his country a new deal to settle the festering issue of their relationship or face a possible divorce as soon as this summer
As EU leaders prepare for a Brussels summit that starts Thursday, analysts believe the combined strain of challenges including a refugee crisis, threats facing the euro currency and Britain's plan to hold a referendum on whether to leave the EU may be unbearable for the 28-nation bloc.
A highly unusual online exchange took place on Twitter between the prime ministers of Greece and Turkey late on Sunday.
"I know the odds are stacked against me, but it doesn't mean you change your mind," David Cameron added, knowing that virtually all of the other 27 EU member states would vote for Juncker.
The surprise decision late on Tuesday by Moody's to maintain its credit rating on Spain has also helped shore up sentiment, and investors think it's only a matter of time before the country will make a request for help to Europe's bailout fund