• 18 Aug 2017

    Five suspected terrorists have been shot dead in the beach town of Cambrils after a second vehicle attack in Spain. One woman was killed and a number of others injured.

  • 13 Aug 2017

    Ministers who have been at polar opposites of the Brexit debate have joined forces to reassure businesses there’ll be no ‘cliff edge’ after Britain leaves the EU.

  • 27 Jul 2017

    Now the clock is relentlessly ticking: but as the Brexit negotiations continue there’s already talk of delay. Europe’s Brexit negotiator thinks the start of the main talks could be postponed by another two months – apparently, say reports, because of Britain’s lack of progress on agreeing the divorce bill.

  • 17 Jul 2017

    Brexit Secretary David Davis has insisted it’s time to “get down to work” as Britain began the second round of  negotiations in Brussels. But he only stayed at the talks for a couple of hours, without apparently taking any notes. Theresa May is to warn ministers to stop leaking the contents of Cabinet discussions, after…

  • 7 Jun 2017

    Speaking on the eve of the election, Prime Minister Theresa May tells Jon Snow she will be “difficult” and “stand up for Britain” in the Brexit negotiations.

  • 16 May 2017

    They have left everything they knew and they have risked everything they have: now thousands of migrants trying to make it to Europe are getting caught up in the terrifying grip of people smuggling and extortion. This programme has obtained dramatic footage, captured by filmmaker Marco Salustro, showing the gangs who intercept migrant vessels at sea…

  • 11 Apr 2017

    A migrant camp housing 1,500 people outside Dunkirk has been destroyed in a fire. The blaze followed a series of fights between different migrant groups and, later, clashes between security forces and groups inside the camp.

  • 30 Mar 2017

    What will Europe make of today’s headlines?

    Denis MacShane always used to say, the thing you need to remember about Europe is that “we don’t read their papers but they read ours.” Ponder what they make of these.

  • 9 Mar 2017

    Our Political Editor Gary Gibbon joins us from Brussels where Mrs May has just finished a press conference after attending her final EU leaders summit before triggering Brexit.

  • 7 Feb 2017

    Brexit Bill – Government passes moment of maximum danger

    The Government has minimised a Tory rebellion by offering Parliament a final vote on the Brexit deal. But MPs would have to choose between the deal – or no deal. The government has fought off the most dangerous of amendments to the Article 50 Bill by a majority of 33. That number, they hope, will subdue the…

  • 18 Jan 2017

    More than a thousand migrants will be sleeping rough tonight in snow, freezing winds and sub-zero temperatures in Belgrade.

  • 18 Jan 2017

    Sleeping rough in sub-zero temperatures. A freezing and deadly winter for those seeking refuge and a new home in Europe.

  • 13 Jan 2017

    It’s across countries such as Greece, Italy, Serbia and Turkey where the cold snap is causing the most suffering.

  • 13 Jan 2017

    Labour peer Lord Dubbs on refugees.

  • 5 Jan 2017

    Britain faces a “very hard Brexit”, according to the Norwegian prime minister who’s warned the UK has difficult task in negotiating its departure from the EU because it lacks the right experience.  The criticism comes just after the appointment of Britain’s new EU ambassador.