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UK's Jeremy Corbyn gets rockstar welcome at Glastonbury music festival
British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn got a rapturous welcome from tens of thousands of revellers at the Glastonbury music festival on Saturday.



Merkel challenger Schulz to outline German election strategy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief challenger in September elections, Martin Schulz, faces a party congress on Sunday where he will be pressed for a strategy to reverse his plunging popularity.



France's Macron and Germany's Merkel to lead post-Brexit EU revival
Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel used the French president's first Brussels summit Friday to deliver an unmistakeable message: their countries intend to lead the EU's post-Brexit revival.



Brussels gives cold shoulder to May’s proposals for EU citizens
French President Emmanuel Macron said at the end of the EU summit in Brussels on Friday that proposals from UK Prime Minister Theresa May on preserving the rights of EU citizens after Brexit were, "not a breakthrough, to put it conservatively."



May outlines 'fair' offer on rights of EU citizens to stay in UK
British Prime Minister Theresa May promised Thursday to let EU citizens stay after Brexit as she met sceptical European leaders for the first time since her disastrous election gamble.



Humbled PM May hopes to reassure EU leaders at Brussels summit
Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May will try Thursday to convince European leaders she can still push through Brexit despite being badly weakened by an election bet that turned sour.



Former UK police chief: 'We are facing disorganised terrorism'
Sir Hugh Orde is a former British police chief who was at the forefront of the fight against terrorism, working at Scotland Yard in London and as chief constable in Northern Ireland. He tells FRANCE 24 how police need to respond to the current wave of terrorism, says there is no need for a France-style state of emergency in the UK, and expresses concern over how Brexit will affect security cooperation with the EU and the UK border with Ireland.



PM May's 'zombie' UK government unveils Brexit laws
Prime Minister Theresa May, leading a "zombie" government after a disastrous election, on Wednesday unveiled a diluted programme of action that included the mammoth legislation needed to take Britain out of the EU.



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