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Tensions erupt in France as riot police fire tear gas at protestors.

PARIS in flames: Tensions in France erupt- Riot police fire tear gas at furious protestors

Asked whether the EU would ultimately agree to extend talks under Article 50, the German reporter warned European leaders could exploit the situation to win political points on the domestic front.

Member states dividing over extension – ‘Brexit CHAOS moves to Brussels’

Britain has secured a deal with the World Trade Organization (WTO)

UK secures WTO agreement – US praises ‘IMPORTANCE of Britain’

The economists warned the ECB's policy to combat recession leaves citizens out of pocket.

Germany crisis warning: Taxpayers’ cash at risk – ‘State won’t go bankrupt, citizens will’

The yellow vest protests began three months ago (Image: Getty Images)

Rivals lose patience over Yellow Vests – ‘We no longer tolerate it!’

Tony Blair has demanded a new Brexit referendum during a speech in Munich.

Nelson, Wellington, Churchill and Thatcher (to mention only a few), wherever they are, must be having a fit as this idiot sells his country out. Traitor is far to kind a word to describe a socialist lout interested only in money.

The European Commission today demanded Italy confirm its stance on the project.

Brussels threatens Italy with ransom if it pulls out of French rail project

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban delivers his annual "State of Hungary" speech in Budapest, Hungary, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019. The inscription reads: "For us Hungary is the first!"

Hungary to give women with four or more kids life tax exemption to reverse population decline

Firemen work to battle blazing cars in Bordeaux on Saturday afternoon in scenes that are becoming familiar in Macron's France.

Yellow Vest activist’s HAND is torn off amid horrific scenes of violence between police and protesters in Paris

Slogans on a wall in central Athens, in 2018. Getty Images

Nine years after the Greek debt crisis began, an alarming toll continues

A picture shows the message “#MeToo” on the hand of a protester during a gathering against gender-based and sexual violence called by the Effronte-e-s Collective, on the Place de la Republique square in Paris on October 29, 2017.

#MeToo on trial in France as politician accused by six women launches defamation suit

Theresa May making a statement to the House of Commons on Monday ahead of the crunch Brexit vote next week.

Theresa May resists pressure from Cabinet rebels and orders her MPs to vote down amendments that would stop a No Deal Brexit