Channels
CHANNEL 4 4SEVEN E4 MORE4 FILM4 4MUSIC 4oD
News

European Union

Show:

article 21 March 2014 World, Ukraine
David Cameron and other European leaders sign an association agreement with Ukraine that extends the EU's sphere of influence but risks antagonising Russia (Reuters)
EU leaders sign agreement with Ukraine

David Cameron and other European leaders sign an association agreement with Ukraine that extends the EU's sphere of influence but risks antagonising Russia.

article 12 March 2014 UK, European Union
News
EU referendum 'unlikely' under Labour - Ed Miliband

A future Labour government would not hold an in/out referendum on EU membership unless there are moves to transfer fresh powers to Brussels, Ed Miliband says.

video 06 March 2014 UK, Ukraine

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

How would sanctions on Russians impact the UK? - video

Since 2008, 433 Russian millionaires have come to the UK using special visas - but as the EU discuss sanctions against Russia - what impact would they have on oligarchs living in Britain?

article 06 March 2014 World, Ukraine
A Russian soldier stands guard near a Ukrainian navy command ship at the Crimean port of Sevastopol (R)
Ukraine crisis: Crimea MPs plan referendum on joining Russia

MPs in southern Ukraine decide to hold a referendum in 10 days' time on whether Crimea should become part of Russia - an official in Kiev brands the move "unconstitutional".

video 27 February 2014 UK, Scotland

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

RBS boss outlines 'serious' Scottish independence risks

RBS chief, Ross McEwan says if Scotland votes for independence his bank's credit rating could be seriously affected. But he says 'no large organisation' should attempt to influence the vote.

video 21 February 2014 World, Ukraine

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

EU throws weight behind new Ukraine deal - video

Former US national security adviser Samuel Berger praises the EU's role in the Ukraine peace deal. But the Voice of Russia's Dmitry Linnik says the EU should have accepted tripartite talks last year.

article 23 January 2014 World, Ukraine
Ukraine protests (Reuters)
Ukraine protests: president meets opposition

Ukraine's president starts talks with opposition leaders including heavyweight boxer-turned-politician Vitaly Klitschko - as protests spread beyond Kiev.

article 15 January 2014 UK, European Union
George Osborne will warn EU that it faces the risk of economic decline if it does not reform (picture: Getty)
George Osborne warns the EU to 'reform or decline'

George Osborne emphasises Tory determination to reform the European Union, saying Europe is at risk of falling behind Asia's economic titans.

video 10 January 2014 UK, European Union

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

EU referendum Bill: 'Labour Party is pro-European' - video

Lord Liddle says the EU referendum bill is "a Conservative party bill" to woo Ukip voters. Labour is "unambiguously a pro-European party," he adds. Peers are debating the bill in the House of Lords.