The EU-28 leaders are set to convene again to forge a consensus over who will hold the bloc's top jobs on Sunday evening in Brussels, with the latest buzz on the top jobs saga putting the Dutchman, and First Vice President of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, in pole position, as leaders are giving the spitzenkandidaten system one chance of staying alive.

Emerging from the sidelines of the weekend’s Osaka G20 meeting in Japan, where the EU institutions heads, Donald Tusk and Jean-Cla...

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