It’s exactly one year since people in Britain voted to leave the EU. The result of the referendum sent shockwaves not just throughout Britain but across Europe. So, what's the mood in Britain one year later?
British businesses are cautiously optimistic about the initial deal between the EU and the UK. But what do people on the street make of it? Samira Shackle reports from London.
A UK paper has found that 50 percent of Brits would support another vote on the final terms of a Brexit deal. The poll comes ahead of Monday's crunch meeting between UK PM Theresa May and the EU's Jean-Claude Juncker.
Brexit threatens the peace in Northern Ireland, says Jonathan Powell, one of the architects of the peace process. The UK's recent agreement with the EU has not solved the problem of the Irish border, he tells DW.
All four members of a task force that advises the UK government on social mobility have stepped down. Despite years of austerity, the country faces a further drop in living standards as it prepares to leave the EU.
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