Yesterday’s European Parliament election results show that the feared gains by far right populism did not eventuate.
Brexit has left the British public looking like a nation of Wellington bus commuters.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini used the occasion in Wellington to challenge the White House intensely, over Iran.
One of the world’s most influential bureaucrats will launch the process of a trade pact between the EU and NZ.
On Brexit, the Europeans clearly want Britain to get on with it, but no British politician seems willing to step up
Once again, news packages from the US and UK underlined the difference in the treatment of the Pulse night club killings and the murder of Jo Cox.