Michael Pitt from London tells DW why he is against a Brexit and how he sees his country in the future if the UK were to leave the EU.
With a key Parliament vote on her Brexit plan looming, Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that a rejection of the deal could take Britain into "uncharted waters." She also raised the specter of a general election.
The British prime minister has deferred Parliament's "meaningful vote" on the Brexit deal, admitting it would be rejected by a "significant margin." She plans to meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss its future.
In the eleventh hour, British PM Theresa May recoiled to delay a decision on her Brexit deal. The move may save her government for the time being but makes a hard Brexit is more likely, writes Barbara Wesel.
Once Britain decided to leave the EU, it seemed obvious that a renewed push for independence was in the cards. However, even though Scottish voters rejected Brexit, they aren't quite ready to cut ties to the UK.
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