As the secretary of state for international trade and president of the board of trade, Liam Fox is one of the most powerful politicians negotiating Brexit.
Before the Brexit referendum you could probably be forgiven for not knowing the name Guy Verhofstadt.
There are few lawyers in Britain at the moment with such a storied career as that of Keir Starmer.
Within the ranks of the Leave Campaign, Boris Johnson was second only to Nigel Farage in terms of fronting media coverage.
As Labour leader during the referendum, many expected Jeremy Corbyn to become a prominent figure in the Remain campaign.
According to a new study from the University of Leicester, one of the most decisive factors in how people voted during the Brexit referendum was their level of education.
While Edinburgh Fringe is definitely the place to be for frivolity and fun in the coming weeks, the festival also has a proud tradition of engaging in plenty of politics.
UK-based airline EasyJet will open a new European headquarters in Vienna, Austria amid Brexit uncertainty.
Samsung NEXT, the venture capital arm of the global tech firm, is expanding into Europe and wants to find early stage startups to partner with.
A new data-focused accelerator programme, Data Pitch, has opened applications for European startups to apply for funding.
In coming years 5G adoption is expected to be relatively slow in Europe, similar to the roll out of 4G.
Pay-TV subscriptions in Europe grew by 3.6 percent in 2016, from 215m to 222.6m.
Doing business in Europe is looking a whole lot more uncertain than it did just a year ago
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi is visiting Europe this week.
Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg said he supports the introduction of a universal basic income across the US.
Budget airline AirAsia plans to enter the Chinese market, by setting up a new low-cost carrier in the central eastern city of Zhengzhou.
Despite markets cheering Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the French election on Sunday, Europe’s rich are far from feeling the quickly shifting political landscape makes for a good place to keep their cash.
In June 2016, Britain voted to leave the European Union.
A new UK immigration system will “not be ready” by April 2019, the scheduled date for the country’s formal departure from the EU, according to the Institute for Government (IfG), a British think tank.
Households are likely to be on average £500 worse off in 2017 than they were in 2016 due to Brexit, former UK deputy prime minister Nick Clegg said earlier this week.
French presidential candidate, the independent centrist Emmanuel Macron was heckled by factory workers in Amiens, his hometown, following a visit by his far-right rival, Marine Le Pen.
Smartphone sales are slowing around the world and Europe is no exception.
Mobile networks are based upon tangible, hard infrastructure.
This weekend, heads of state and governments in the European Union will come together to mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome.
It is official: financial services are considering their exit plans from London once Article 50 is invoked later this month.
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Vienna, the Austrian capital, has come top for overall quality of living for the 8th year in a row, according to Mercer’s 19th Quality of Living survey.
Shell could begin building offshore wind farms in the UK and across Europe.
Venture capitalist firm Atomico has raised a $765m fund to invest and champion European technology startups around the world.