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European Union

Donald Trump attended the summit's opening session but headed for the links rather than listen to world leaders discuss COVID-19.
Countries on the 'safe list' are welcome to travel to 22 European countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland from July 1.
The US handling of the outbreak has drawn concern from abroad.
The critical importance of tourism to Europe’s economy is forcing countries into a restart that appeared unthinkable just weeks ago.
The British PM said the Conservatives appeared to have won “a powerful new mandate to get Brexit done”.
Amid a spike in hate crimes, Brits reveal what it’s like to be told to leave the country.
Britain's PM has said he would rather “die in a ditch” than delay the UK leaving the European Union.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party is celebrating after taking almost a third of the vote at the European elections. The Liberal Democrats are also hailing their best ever European election results, taking second place with 21%. Voters appear to have signalled their anger over Brexit by deserting the main parties, with Labour holding 15% of the vote while the Conservatives are in fifth place behind the Green Party with just 9%.
Ultra-nationalists fell short of a blowout in European Parliament elections and voters signaled they don't want to end the European Union.
This week's polls offer a crucial test.
Teresa May has told Tory MPs that she will quit as PM once the U.K. has formally quit the European Union, in a dramatic last
The British prime minister acknowledged she would have lost the vote, scheduled for tomorrow, by a "significant" margin.
The deal still needs approval from Britain’s deeply-divided Parliament.
Marine Le Pen and Matteo Salvini want to see a populist majority in the European Parliament.
“It’s time to take this crucial issue out of the hands of the politicians and return it to the people,” Sadiq Khan said in a Sunday Op-Ed.
A deal has been struck between UK and French governments following last week's at-sea-clash
Anti-establishment and anti-immigrant parties made serious gains, throwing the country into political uncertainty.
London could face failure in persuading European Union leaders to open trade talks at a December Brexit summit.