When it comes to Brexit, the UK and the EU seem united on one point: There should be no hard border between the UK and Ireland. But many Irish citizens are worried.
We need to talk about David Davis, what the alignment of carrots has to do with Brexit and the mystery of the missing impact assessments. Apparently, Davis may also have a different Brexit bill in mind.
The EU and UK have reached an initial agreement on Ireland, citizenship rights and a divorce bill. DW breaks down the details of the agreement.
The EU and the British have agreed at the last minute on Brexit divorce proceedings. Now they can start negotiating a future relationship. That's where the real arguments will start, says DW's Barbara Wesel.
After a week of intense EU-UK negotiations over the ‘Irish question,’ white smoke came with news of an agreement on Friday morning. But what does all the diplomatic jargon actually mean?
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