Germany: Far-right lawmaker ousted from committee over anti-Semitism
In a move unprecedented in modern German history, lawmakers on Wednesday stripped a far-right politician from his role as a parliamentary committee chair. He had made comments widely condemned as anti-Semitic.
Finland's government resigns
Finland's government has tendered its resignation. The head of the prime minister's parliamentary group said Premier Juha Sipila stepped down because of a failed health care reform.
UniCredit says May's Brexit deal will eventually pass, with tweaks
Erik Nielsen, chief economist at UniCredit Group, discusses the likely scenarios if U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May loses a parliamentary vote on her Brexit agreement, scheduled for tomorrow.
May said to weigh delay to Brexit vote
Bill Dinning, head of the investment strategy at Waverton Investment Management, discusses the possibility of a delay in the parliamentary vote on Brexit and what that would mean for the U.K.
May's Brexit deal 'isn’t going anywhere at the moment,' Adonis says
U.K. House of Lords Member Andrew Adonis discusses the issues he sees with Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal as she attempts to get Parliamentary backing for the agreement.
Polls open for Turkish voters living in Germany
Turkish citizens living in Germany have begun early voting in the country's presidential and parliamentary elections. Some 60,000 voters in the German capital are expected to cast their ballots. Turkey itself goes to the polls on June 24th.
French interior minister quits over holiday jobs for daughters
Another day, another scandal. Yesterday, French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux resigned after it emerged he had hired his two daughters as parliamentary aides when they were teenagers.