Britain has voted, if only by a slim majority ,to leave the EU. The British community in Berlin talks about the referendum outcome.
British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon has told DW that Britain's departure from the European Union will not compromise European security. He also reiterated London's view that a European army is unnecessary.
In the three months following the UK's EU referendum, hate crime sky-rocketed in parts of Britain. For one British-German family in Leipzig, their future remains uncertain on both sides of the English Channel.
MPs are debating legislation to permit Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger Article 50 and start Britain’s exit of the EU. Abigail Frymann Rouch traveled to Kent to find out how much rancor and division still exists.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has warned the UK it cannot negotiate bilateral trade deals in the period before it leaves the EU. London, meanwhile, is eyeing up China with talk of a 'golden era.'
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