'People are worried' EU and British citizens voice Brexit fears

From healthcare costs to burdensome bureaucracy, some of the millions of EU citizens in the UK and Britons living on the continent aired their Brexit concerns in parliament this week as negotiations loom. More

EU Commission chief Juncker is 'not hostile' on Brexit deal

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker promised Wednesday to seek a "balanced" deal for Britain's exit from the EU and not be "hostile", after Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled her Brexit plan. More

Strasbourg Italy's Tajani elected EU parliament head

Italy's Antonio Tajani, an ally of scandal-hit former premier Silvio Berlusconi, was elected as the new European Parliament president Tuesday after a bitterly fought vote. More

Politmonitor 2017 Luxembourg government trust rises as general mood positive

A general positive mood among Luxembourg's population when it comes to the economic situation and trust in political actors seems to give the current government some momentum and sees it in a more favourable position than in recent years. More

Luxembourg US Ambassador interview "The country has become more angry"

US Ambassador to Luxembourg David McKean, will leave his post on January 20 after less than a year. Talking to Luxemburger Wort, he reassures residents regarding Trump's Presidency, but criticises it too.. More

Sonndesfro coalitions CSV-Déi Gréng coalition would see large support

According to the “Sonndesfro”-survey, a coalition between CSV and Déi Gréng would not only be possible but it would see a lot of support and it is being considered as a serious alternative by many. More

European Parliament MEP from Luxembourg urges robot regulation

The unstoppable rise of robots in our everyday lives requires urgent EU rules such as "kill switches", European Parliament members warned Thursday as they passed a resolution urging Brussels into action on automaton ethics. More

Sonndesfro national recap Tough times for Socialists in the South

The results of the “Sonndesfro” survey for the southern electoral district of Luxembourg show that the LSAP would lose 5% of votes and two seats in Parliament if elections were to be held this Sunday. More