The British territory of Gibraltar attacked the European Union for the “shameful” treatment of its citizens in Brexit negotiations on Friday.
Inigo Mendez de Vigo, the Spanish government’s chief spokesman, said officials in Madrid will decide whether to oust the Catalan president on the basis of his actions over the next 24 hours.
Boeing Co. is the “king of corporate welfare,” the U.K.’s main opposition Labour Party said, accusing the U.S. aerospace giant of “egregious hypocrisy” in pursuing an illegal-subsidies claim against Bombardier Inc. that threatens thousands of jobs in Northern Ireland.
South Africa’s ruling African National Congress must decide whether Jacob Zuma should see out the remaining two years of his term as the nation’s president, said party Treasurer-General Zweli Mkhize, a top contender to succeed Zuma as ANC leader in December.
Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos ruled out any sort of mediated talks with separatist leaders and said Catalan banks have signaled they may move out of the region if the push for independence continues.
Donald Trump doesn’t embody western values in the way that previous presidents such as John F. Kennedy and Barack Obama did, according to Wolfgang Ischinger, a former German ambassador to the U.S. who now heads the Munich Security Conference.
Theresa May has indicated to the European Union that she doesn’t want the U.K. to leave the bloc without an agreement, European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis said.
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron aims to improve France’s credibility with its European Union partners, European lawmaker Sylvie Goulard said.
Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said the European Union is well placed to take advantage if U.S. President Donald Trump makes good on his protectionist rhetoric.
French Finance Minister Michel Sapin predicted that his country’s voters are ready to pull together to prevent anti-euro, anti-immigration presidential candidate Marine Le Pen from winning power this year.