EU still sees nuclear energy in its future - Cameron warns of Brexit consequences - Can the UK live without the Polish plumber?
The European Union seems to have spent 2016 in a state of constant crisis - or "polycrisis," as European Commission president Juncker calls it. Our Brussels correspondent Bernd Riegert looks back over the past year.
Workers from other EU countries were a factor in the referendum, University College London migration researcher Christian Dustmann tells DW. But, in making its pitch to voters, the "Leave" campaign distorted the facts.
A historic day of voting for Britain and the rest of Europe has begun. What will happen on the day of the British referendum and the days that follow? Barbara Wesel (London) and Bernd Riegert (Brussels) report.
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