British Prime Minister David Cameron and UKIP leader Nigel Farage appeared on live television to take questions from British voters, as the debate over whether the UK should leave the EU heads into its final stages before the June 23rd referendum.
Is Angela Merkel's Christian conservatism similar to Theresa May's? Why doesn't the SPD use the word "Labour"? Just how different can two "liberal" parties be? And has the AfD soaked up all the ugliest aspects of UKIP?
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator said UK Prime Minister Theresa May's speech showed a "constructive spirit" to move forward, but demanded concrete proposals for the negotiations. DW's Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Prime Minister Theresa May chose a hall in Florence to read her speech on the UK's exit from the EU. She proposed a creative and deep relationship for the future with a two-year implementation period after March 2019.
Boris Johnson has been accused of "backseat driving" on Brexit, while Theresa May is heading to Italy. Why she is going and who will prevail in a revenge battle with George Osborne is anybody's guess, says Barbara Wesel.
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