Jean-Claude Juncker's potential successor has said she is willing to grant another extension to the Brexit deadline.
The European Commission has begun plans to protect EU citizens and businesses from "major disruption" if the UK leaves without a deal on March 29.
British citizens travelling to EU nations after Brexit should not have to get a visa, even if Britain leaves without a deal, the European Commission has said.
Brexiteers Iain Duncan Smith and Jacob Rees-Mogg told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the European Commission should not be involved in "domestic politics"
The European Commission's chief Brexit negotiator has said if Britain leaves the single market there will be no special arrangement to allow City firms to trade freely in the EU
Simon Coveney said Ireland supports the talks moving to the next phase of negotiation on Twitter
More details of the arrangement agreed by Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker have been disclosed
Some users on the social network site weren't so happy with the announcement of 'sufficient progress' in the talks on Friday morning
The European Commission president said 'sufficient progress' had been made to progress onto trade
The DUP's decision came after an announcement had already been made about a deal over the border
Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, made a statement on Twitter
The talks have been stalled over the issue of the border with Ireland
New reports suggest Britain is ready to offer the EU between £40bn and £49bn
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport says it wants to fight against the decision
Disclaimer: this video should not be taken seriously, much like the content of Theresa May’s speech
Nigel Farage accuses lawmakers of treating Britain 'like a hostage'
The MP for Monmouth spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Foreign Secretary's Brexit article over the weekend
George Galloway didn't hold back on the former Prime Minister for meeting with Jean-Claude Juncker
Jean-Claude Juncker and Michel Barnier lambasted papers outlining the UK position on key issues
John McTernan says the EU knows it is holding all the cards
The independent MEP spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the release of expense forms pertaining to senior EU officials
The European Commission says Google gave its comparison shopping service an illegal advantage in 13 EEA countries
The Tory grandee defended Theresa May's speech in an interview with James Whale
The politician spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the so-called Brexit bill, claiming the European Commission president is terrified that the EU's core doctrine of 'ever closer union' will be threatened
The Telegraph's Europe Editor Peter Foster tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Theresa May is naive if she thinks Brexit negotiations will be completed in secret
Shanker Singham believes negotiation powers in Europe will be shifted from the Commission to council ministers quickly
Jean Claude-Juncker's dinner with Theresa May made no progress and only deepened concerns in Brussels, according to report in German media
The co-chair of the Leave Means Leave campaign likened the EU to the American President over the so-called 'divorce bill'
The UK Government has been fighting to see Khalid Masood's final WhatsApp message, sent minutes before he committed the atrocity
The European Commission President was speaking to the BBC ahead of the negotiations being triggered by Article 50
The European Parliament's chief negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt, spoke to BBC Radio 4 on Friday morning about citizens' rights after Brexit
The Office Européen de Lutte Antifraude (OLAF) insisted Britain is liable for allowing illegal Chinese goods to flood European black markets
The European Commission has claimed ink used for tattoos and permanent make-up can cause health risks, as it contains pigments of low purity, which aren't made for the skin
Tony Blair's former head of communications told Paul Ross about the schisms he witnessed in the Labour Party - and his views on Ed Balls
Telegraph journalist Peter Foster says those in mainland Europe 'think we've failed to appreciate how marvellous the EU is'
Irish government confirms it will contest European Commission's ruling that Apple owes billions in back taxes
The European Commission ruled the company's tax benefits in Ireland were illegal and it should pay a record bill in back-taxes
Former Ukip leader says judgement shows 'if you're a member of the European Union, you're not in charge of your own life'
Panmure Gordon analyst Simon French says Apple's response could 'add strength to other countries'
Labour MP Gisela Stuart says the man appointed to lead the European Commission's negotiations will be "no pushover" as Britain prepares to split from Brussels…