British Prime Minister David Cameron said on July 1 he would take a decision by the end of this year on how London's airport capacity will be expanded and would study a recommendation to build a third runway at Heathrow
Tunisia said it would arm tourism police and deploy hundreds of reinforcements as authorities moved to boost security after a jihadist gunned down 38 people at a seaside resort in an attack claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
Prime Minister David Cameron warned June 29 that Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants based in Syria and Iraq were planning specific attacks against Britain and posed an existential threat to the West
Fractious European leaders argued into the early hours on June 26 over how to handle over a migrant crisis in the Mediterranean, agreeing a plan to share out the care of desperate people fleeing war and poverty in North Africa and the Middle East
Britain's Queen Elizabeth urged Europe on June 24 to guard against division in the continent, at a state banquet in Berlin where Germany's president declared: "the European Union needs Great Britain".
The possibility of Britain leaving the European Union sometime in the future worries European bankers a great deal more than the prospect that Greece might be on its way out soon.
Greece on June 20 said it would present new proposals to its EU-IMF creditors to reach a debt deal as the country's outspoken finance minister called on German Chancellor Angela Merkel to make a "clear decision" at an upcoming emergency summit
Denmark's center-right opposition won a parliamentary election after strong gains by an anti-immigration party that wants to limit the European Union's influence over the small Nordic country.
British Prime Minister David Cameron urged Muslim communities and families on June 19 to do more to fight extremism, warning some Muslims risk fostering radicalism in young people by quietly condoning extreme views.
French President Francois Hollande said June 19 that he thought commitments by individual EU member states offered a better way of resettling African and Middle Eastern migrants rather than the imposition of national quotas by Brussels
British Prime Minister David Cameron has performed a U-turn and ruled out holding a European Union membership referendum on May 5, 2016, a shift to placate some of his own lawmakers who were opposed to it being held on the same day as local elections
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth led celebrations June 14 to mark 800 years since the sealing of the Magna Carta, one of the world’s most significant historical documents and credited with paving the way for modern freedoms and human rights.
Several of the biggest fund managers based in London are drawing up plans to move trillions of pounds of assets and thousands of jobs outside of Britain should the country vote to leave the EU in a referendum due by the end of 2017, the Sunday Times said.
Three Polish government ministers and the speaker of parliament resigned June 10 over a high profile eavesdropping scandal just four months ahead of a general election which polls show could usher the conservative opposition into power.
Prime Minister David Cameron was warned June 8 that some of his ministers would likely resign after he demanded his cabinet back any deal he struck on EU reform and vote to stay in the bloc in a forthcoming referendum.
Former England footballer Sol Campbell announced June 8 that he will bid to become the Conservative candidate to replace Boris Johnson as mayor of London in 2016
World leaders warned Russia June 8 that it would face stepped-up sanctions for its “aggression” in Ukraine, as they wrapped up a G7 meeting also pledging strong action to fight climate change.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is hoping to send a robust message on climate change from a G7 summit this weekend but may be undermined by Germany's own heavy dependence on coal.
British would face a "clamour" for a new Scottish independence referendum if it votes to leave the EU, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warned June 2
There is a common element among the winners of the recent elections in Europe from Greece to the latest ones in Poland and Spain: an aversion to EU rules.
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