The European Commission said on Tuesday it will 'scrutinise” whether plans by British Prime Minister David Cameron of curbing EU migrants' access to unemployment and child benefits are complaint with EU law
British eurosceptic MEPs warned on Wednesday that a stronger representation of anti-EU forces in the European Parliament do not want a return to “business as usual”. But despite a stronger eurosceptic representation in the Chamber, there still are not...
Speaking in a press conference after EU leaders nominated Jean-Claude Juncker as the next President of the European Commission, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that 'it was a bad day for Europe'. 'This has reconfirmed my opinion that Europe needs to change', Cameron added.
Speaking in a press conference after EU leaders proposed Jean-Claude Juncker as the next President of the European Commission, German Chancellor Angela Merkel defended on Friday the European Council's decision of nomination EPP's Jean-Claude Juncker as the next Commission President. “He has broad European experience and he is willing to accommodate national and EU demands”, Merkel said.
Speaking ahead of a European Council meeting in Brussels on Friday, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that Jean0Claude Juncker is \the wrong person' to become the next Commission President. “Jean-Claude Juncker has been at the heart of the project to increase the power of Brussels and reduce the power of nation states.” Cameron added.
Speaking ahead of a European Council meeting in Brussels on Friday, new Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb said that the potential election of Jean-Claude Juncker as the next Commission President against the UK's will is not going to push Britain 'closer to leaving the EU'.
Speaking before an S&D meeting ahead of the European Council Summit, former European Parliament President Martin Schulz said that UK's Prime Minister David Cameron must decide if 'he wants to be marginalised or involved” in the EU.
The European Parliament told EU council president Herman Van Rompuy on Thursday to nominate EPP Jean Claude Juncker as the next commission president. Parliament leaders warned that the Chamber is ready to veto any other candidates.
Speaking to journalists after the G7 Summit in Brussels on Thursday, UK's Prime Minister Davod Cameron said that the rise of anti-European parties in the last EU elections show the need for the EU to reform and change.
On his arrival to the European Council building in Brussels on Tuesday, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the European Union needs change. “Brussels got too big, too bossy, too interfering”, Cameron said.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage said on Tuesday that “there is a big dissident voice now in this Parliament”, as the leaders of the European Parliament political groups met in Brussels ahead of an informal dinner of EU Heads of State and Governments on Tuesday evening.