Pressure is growing on EU citizens working in the UK. Not so long ago, they were welcome members of the labor force. But with the increasingly heated discussion about Brexit, hostility is on the rise.
German car giant BMW has urged clarity from the UK government on post-Brexit trade with the EU before the end of the summer. Earlier this week, Airbus warned it could pull out of Britain altogether.
Two years after an advisory referendum resulted in a 52 to 48 percent vote to leave the EU, thousands of people took to the streets of London to call for another vote on the terms of the deal.
British MPs rejected a plan to strengthen parliament's power to intervene if no divorce deal is reached with Brussels. A rebellion by pro-EU MPs was averted after they were promised a "meaningful vote" on the outcome.
Prime Minister Theresa May is against it, level-headed business leaders say it's essential: Britain's membership of the EU Customs Union and Single Market is a divisive issue. DW looks at what it all means.
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