DW spoke to two brits in Berlin about steps they are taking ahead of the Brexit referendum. The outcome could have far-reaching consequences for them and the more than two million Brits living abroad in the EU.
In an address to the Bundestag, German Chancellor Angela Merkel talked tough ahead of Saturday's EU-27 summit on Brexit. The UK, she said, would not be as well positioned as EU member states.
Edward Dean’s parents voted to leave the EU - while he was studying to become a diplomat in Brussels. Brexit has shattered his and his fellow students' dreams at the College of Europe in Bruges. Maria Christoph reports.
Britain's largest opposition party has vowed to guarantee EU citizens rights if elected to govern in June. Roughly 3 million EU citizens reside in the UK. Analysts believe they may be used as bargaining chips.
The runoff election in France pits diametrical visions for Europe against each other: Liberal-socialist Emmanuel Macron and populist-conservative Marine Le Pen. For Brussels, the outcome can mean any number of things.
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