ATTILA KISBENEDEK via Getty Images
Simon Dawson / Reuters
With elections just over the horizon, Viktor Orban is ramping up his attacks on migration.
Toby Melville / Reuters
Uber should be regulated like other taxi operators and isn't just a 'platform', the European Union's top court has said.
There's a 10-point lead for those who back Remain.
Theresa May, U.K. prime minister, left, speaks beside Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, during a news conference at the European Commission building in Brussels, Belgium, on Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. The U.K. and the European Union struck a deal to unlock divorce negotiations, opening the way for talks on what businesses are keenest to nail down -- the nature of the post-Brexit future. Photographer: Dario Pignatelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Amnesty International accuses European governments of complicity in Libya’s corrupt system.
EMMANUEL DUNAND via Getty Images
1. ICE ICED MAYBE A blanket of snow settled over Northern Ireland this morning. But it was the thaw in relations between Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels that caused the flurry of e...
POOL New / Reuters
May and Juncker agree "sufficient progress" made.
Bloomberg via Getty Images
EU officials and diplomats say they are increasingly optimistic a deal can be struck on Monday.
Country Bird CEO: "Rich or poor, we love chicken, and it just distorts our market."
Left and right unite to back plan to keep EU migration after Brexit
When nations come together, they connect a diverse group of people.
PA Wire/PA Images
It's been a year since 72.2% of UK voters took to the polls with 51.9% voting to leave the European Union and 48.1% voting to Remain. Remainers will probably remember feeling like they'd been punched...
Owen Franken via Getty Images
Why France’s new president won’t be as hostile to Britain as some fear.
It's a tight race that could shape the future of Europe.
"If the UK wanted to stay, everybody would be in favour. I would be very happy."
The UK has two years to finalise its (Br)exit strategy. Now that Article 50 has been triggered, here's what South Africans need to know about its impact here at home.
OTTO DETTMER/THE ECONOMIST
It's been nine months since the referendum, but today Theresa May is finally starting the UK on its journey out of the EU. If you're unsure what follows, let Huff Post UK guide you through what happen...
'Populism exists because institutions are elite-driven,' but democracies don’t work well without elites, says the acclaimed author of The End of History.