EU officials worry that the European elections in a month's time could open the door to a new wave of populist, anti-EU politicians hell-bent on wrecking the bloc's modus operandi. But the populists' success will depend on their ability to work together.
The British prime minister Theresa May is trying to reach an agreement with the EU regarding the Brexit and the Irish border problem amid the resignation of three members of parliament from her Conservative Party.
President Donald Trump says the US may impose car tariffs on the European Union's products if the two sides are unable to reach a deal.
May has promised to report back to parliament on her negotiations with the EU, when lawmakers are expected to hold a second vote on the Brexit deal.
Survey to which 4.6 million people responded, revealed 84 per cent of Europeans want to stop moving the clocks by an hour under daylight saving time.