Britain has voted, if only by a slim majority ,to leave the EU. The British community in Berlin talks about the referendum outcome.
Coalition governments are normal in Europe. Theresa May's deal with the DUP is an exception. It puts peace in Northern Ireland in jeopardy and limits May's room to negotiate on Brexit, writes DW's Barbara Wesel.
Angela Merkel talked up a spirit of optimism at the latest EU summit despite Brexit. But divisions remain over the distribution of refugees and the rise in the number of low-wage workers arriving in western EU states.
A year after the Brexit referendum, Britons are frustrated at the lack of progress and certainty. And the strict two-year timetable imposed under Article 50 means that the clock is ticking.
A magazine report claims France and Germany will share responsibility for EU regulations on banking and drugs after Britain leaves the European Union. A decision is expected in October.
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