A first-time impression of a NATO summit – one that seems to have been uniquely designed with the American President’s “interests and eccentricities in mind”.
Plus: A diplomatic success for Trump. A Love Actually moment, please, from May. And: has anyone seen Diane Abbott?
In Tusk’s draft negotiating mandate, the seeds of a deal can already be found.
The UK’s Permanent Representative to the European Union will deliver it to Donald Tusk shortly.
It was this very same attitude on the part of the EU that caused us to vote Leave in the first place.
Juncker has presented MEPs with five options, but the responses show how hard Brussels politicians will find it to change their attitudes.
The most successful ones will be those that maintain their partnerships in Europe, but also look farther afield to forge new associations across the globe.
We were told that we needed the EU to get trade deals agreed that would help us. Now look at what’s happened.
Her actions demonstrate that she truly understands the concerns of ordinary people and the reasons why they voted to leave the EU.
If Brussels – and our own ‘Continuity Remainers’ – thought Britain could yet be bullied into staying, our chances of a good deal evaporate.
But we must only consider them at the right time, and only when we know some facts, not as a tasteless kneejerk.
If this absurd comic-strip Euro-villain didn’t exist, the Daily Mail would have to invent him.
As Cameron’s renegotiotion looms, the Eurocrats no longer know where they are going, and grapple instead with the refugee crisis.
A whole industry has grown up to transport trunks between Brussels and Strasbourg – even though they are mostly empty.
We won in the UK, entered government in Finland, welcomed a new Italian party, won the Polish Presidency and are optimistic about the Danish election.