Britain’s referendum result is galvanizing euroskeptics across the EU. Right-wing parties are calling for popular votes on an exit from the bloc, notably in France and the Netherlands.
This EU summit proves: Trouble is brewing in every corner of Europe. But the the bloc does not need grand visions, it needs practical solutions to the problems it faces, says DW’s Christoph Hasselbach.
Brexit talks are deadlocked, and British diplomats are attempting to sow disunity within the EU in the hope of a better deal. Meanwhile, UK Foreign Minister Boris Johnson takes to the water to woo eastern EU allies.
Theresa May has not left Brussels empty-handed, but at the end of a two-day EU summit, the bloc still lacks "all the details we need." EU leaders remained at odds on some internal reforms, as well.
The UK's Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted that a "no deal" on Brexit would be better than a bad deal. Apart from being delusional, how damaging will it be for all concerned?
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