On their last summit of the year, EU leaders seem to agree on a banking union but less on common defense policy.
Lonely UK Prime Minister Theresa May has no clothes, a former political rival speaks his mind and the hour of historical revenge finally arrives for the Irish.
As European Union leaders meet in Brussels for the last time this year, three major items dominate the agenda: Brexit, defense and migration. However, Emmanuel Macron's push for eurozone reforms will likely have to wait.
The nightmare scenario the European Union was dreading has become bitter reality. The Brits are out, but as DW's Rob Mudge writes, Brussels only has itself to blame.
Leaders from 27 European Union states have unanimously agreed on guidelines for negotiations on the UK's divorce from the bloc. The leaders have also urged unity going into two years of talks with Britain.
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