Britain has voted to leave the European Union, to the joy of many employed in the UK's fishing industry. For years, fishermen and women have been campaigning against fishing quotas imposed by the EU.
The UK's Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted that a "no deal" on Brexit would be better than a bad deal. Apart from being delusional, how damaging will it be for all concerned?
So who has the ball right now? An easy enough question to answer in football, but harder on the political playing field - and even more difficult when it comes to Brexit, says Barbara Wesel.
The Republic of Cyprus, an EU member state, will negotiate directly with the UK over its exit from the European Union. A deal will focus on the future status of Cypriot workers on the island's British military bases.
In the latest edition, Barabara Wesel examines what a wife-murdering king has to do with Brexit legislation and about regret after the deed. And just how patriotic will new British passports be?
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