Britain has voted, if only by a slim majority ,to leave the EU. The British community in Berlin talks about the referendum outcome.
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier insists the ball is in the UK's court when it comes to an agreement on life after Brexit. His UK opposite number David Davis wants Brussels to yield ground and talk trade.
EU President Donald Tusk told UK Prime Minister Theresa May that the Brexit talks had not yielded enough progress. But he also acknowledged Britain had adopted a more realistic attitude.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator said UK Prime Minister Theresa May's speech showed a "constructive spirit" to move forward, but demanded concrete proposals for the negotiations. DW's Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Boris Johnson has been accused of "backseat driving" on Brexit, while Theresa May is heading to Italy. Why she is going and who will prevail in a revenge battle with George Osborne is anybody's guess, says Barbara Wesel.
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