Spain is finally getting on its feet after suffering from the recent financial crisis. But a Brexit could change that. Spanish companies are heavily invested in the UK, making their futures uncertain.
Angela Merkel has said the UK cannot pick and choose which parts of the single market it wants to keep after Brexit. The chancellor insisted that Germany would stand up against any attempts to hollow out global trade.
Following an informal Brexit summit, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said EU-UK relations should not be "dramatized." Shortly after, British PM Theresa May criticized the EU, saying the UK expects respect.
Opinions differed on whether to conduct a second Brexit referendum when delegates voted at their annual conference. But there was unanimity in members' rejection of the plan put forth by Prime Minister Theresa May.
It's a thankless task trying to keep up with the daily dose of bizarre comments made by leading Brexiteers. DW's Rob Mudge has made a valiant effort to wade through some of the madness.
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