The German capital is home to a large British expatriate community. Although the UK’s referendum vote to leave the EU is unlikely to affect them immediately, they're worried about the future
Brexit fears have prompted Brits in Germany to push to secure their rights. Their future looks uncertain as negotiations reach crunch time, and the chance to become dual nationals trickles away, Sarah Bradbury reports.
The digital realm is radically transforming photography, but is the artistic medium really at death's door? The Biennale for Contemporary Photography examines this question in a show spread across three German cities.
A year after the Brexit vote, Germany has noted a 360 percent rise in citizenship applications from Brits. Among them is Tamsin Walker, who has spent her summer holiday in northern England, saying farewell.
London's banking chiefs will travel to Brussels this week to shore up the UK capital's financial services sector post-Brexit. Several banks are planning to move staff to Frankfurt and Dublin to satisfy EU finance rules.
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