Security is at the forefront of the UK elections. But the economy is also playing a large roll. It's looking more and more unlikely that it won't be affected by the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen told DW that Europe would welcome continued military cooperation with the UK after Brexit. She shared the Munich Security Conference podium with her British counterpart.
Lawmakers in Westminster have voted against the government's motion to send Prime Minister Theresa May back to the EU for final negotiations. The defeat means that May has almost no support left to negotiate in Brussels.
Warsaw wants Poles in the UK to come home and help the booming economy, well, keep booming. London now says it wants them to stay, but where does that leave the almost 1 million people caught in the middle?
A study has shown that Germany stands to lose the greatest number of jobs if Britain exits the EU without a deal. Some of the country's well-known auto and tech hubs are likely to be the worst hit.
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