The combination of the words "Britain" and "exit" refers to a possible withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.
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'The Swiss are smart enough to know that despite their universally respected sovereignty, they are dependent on their interaction with the world,' Schäuble said. Switzerland has a web of bilateral agreements with the EU.
US President Trump will receive UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday in his first meeting with a foreign leader. He will also meet with Mexican President Pena Nieto, after insisting that Mexico pay for a border wall.
DW business correspondent Andreas Becker is no stranger to the World Economic Forum in Davos, and given the momentous changes that the world has seen over the past year - Brexit, TTIP breakdown between the US and EU and rising nationalist tendencies around the globe, I started the interview by asking him whether he sensed any growing alarm among the world’s elite compared to years past.
British Prime Minister Theresa May had been under pressure for months to reveal her plan for the UK's departure from the European Union. This week, in a speech in London, she gave her answer. Britain, she said, wants to negotiate a "clean" break with its European partners while keeping the "freest possible trade" with them all. From London Stephen Beard reports.
The Swiss resort of Davos is once again playing host to the rich and the powerful this week. As proceedings opened on Tuesday, Theresa May was giving her Brexit speech in London. How has this been received before her arrival in Davos on Thursday? Emma Wallis spoke to DW's business correspondent Andreas Becker on Wednesday to find out.
As the list of terrorist attacks on Europe's soil gets longer, Europol is under pressure for a perceived lack of cooperation on security matters between EU member states. Is the EU's security in the wrong hands?