Our Brexit special comes to you from London. We're taking a closer look at the referendum in which British voters will decide whether or not to remain in the European Union.
Prime Minister Theresa May chose a hall in Florence to read her speech on the UK's exit from the EU. She proposed a creative and deep relationship for the future with a two-year implementation period after March 2019.
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?
The UK could bring in tough new controls on migration from the EU without actually having to leave the bloc, former Prime Minister Tony Blair says. Concerns over immigration were cited by many who voted for Brexit.
The German election campaign has not set Aleksander Kwasniewski’s pulse racing. However, the former Polish president feels the future of Europe has a great deal riding on the outcome.
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