German residents and British expats express their shock after Britain votes to exit the European Union. DW's Florian Nusch reports from Berlin.
The British government has unveiled proposals that would allow it to have a greater say in future mergers and acquisitions which spark security concerns. But London pledged the UK would remain committed to free trade.
New registrations of cars in the European Union have gone down markedly in recent weeks. Fresh figures show that particularly the UK auto market is going through a rough patch amid Brexit-related uncertainties.
In an apparent last-minute meeting, the British prime minister visited the EU Commission president in Brussels to discuss deadlocked Brexit talks. May faces pressure at home to deliver favorable results.
British finance chief Philip Hammond has backed away from a statement that risked inflaming Brexit talks. He has been criticized for his handling of financial provisions amid ongoing wrangling over the UK's divorce bill.
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