Following a terror attack, in which a driver mowed down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and scaled a fence to enter the parliamentary grounds, many Londoners reacted with concerned but very British understatement.
Brexit minister David Davis has said UK lawmakers will have the chance to vote on Britain's final exit deal from the EU. Despite the concession, Davis stressed that the UK will leave the EU "whatever the outcome."
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has accused European Council President Donald Tusk of using his position to attack Poland. Her remarks come after Tusk suggested her government was following a "Kremlin plan."
One of Europol's most wanted has been arrested in London. The founder of Agrokor, which makes up 15 percent of Croatia’s GDP, is accused of running the strategically important firm into the ground.
Catalan parliament speaker Carme Forcadell has been released from prison after she posted bail. She and five other lawmakers face criminal charges that could amount to sentences of up to 30 years.
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