German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has warned it will not be “business as usual” for the rest of the EU if Britain votes to leave. Polls show the leave and remain camps are neck and neck, making the outcome almost impossible to predict.
The rise of the far-right AfD and losses for two major parties in Germany's election may have shaken up the country's political landscape in a dramatic fashion. But the key takeaway in the US is more mundane.
Toyota and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ have expressed concerns about access to the European single market after Brexit, with experts anticipating more defections in the coming months. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
In the latest edition, Barabara Wesel examines what a wife-murdering king has to do with Brexit legislation and about regret after the deed. And just how patriotic will new British passports be?
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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