What effect will Brexit have on science in Britain? The university town of Coventry has many European students and the university receives research funding from the EU. The city voted for Brexit. How are students and scientists dealing with that?
One year after UK voters chose to leave the EU, many of the preconditions for successful talks still aren't in place. DW spoke to three top international negotiators about what should happen - and what's likely to occur.
With the new French president polishing the EU's image, Brussels is looking brighter both to European citizens and those abroad. Will the bloc seize the "Macron momentum" and stride boldly into the future?
A "hard Brexit," meaning the UK's departure from the European Union's single market as well as customs union, would result in thousands of job losses in the German automotive industry, says a new study.
A year after the Brexit referendum, Britons are frustrated at the lack of progress and certainty. And the strict two-year timetable imposed under Article 50 means that the clock is ticking.
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