Showdown in the United Kingdom. PM Johnson versus parliament; deal versus no deal. The Brexit endgame has begun. Our guests: Friedrich Thelen (political adviser), Jon Worth (blogger), Alex Forrest Whiting (DW)
The UK has amped up its pitch for post-Brexit trade with Africa at the UK-Africa Investment Summit. DW examines whether it will have the same economic presence on the continent as China or Russia.
The UK government has said it will allow a restricted role for Chinese telecom giant Huawei in developing Britain's 5G network. The US had said it may rethink intelligence sharing with countries that use the technology.
The final formality for the withdrawal bill was confirmed when Queen Elizabeth II gave royal assent. PM Boris Johnson yesterday praised the legislation, saying "we have done it" after it was ratified by UK lawmakers.
The heads of the EU Commission, the EU Council, and the UK government have signed off on the Brexit deal negotiated with the UK. Here's what else needs to happen before Britain leaves the bloc at the end of the month.
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