With recent polls nudging towards Leave, a Brexit no longer looks like a long shot. As the referendum draws closer, DW correspondents have visited Romford, the UK's most Euroskeptic community, and Aberystwyth, its most pro-European.
The EU and the UK look no closer to a deal, as UK Prime Minister Theresa May has ruled out a second referendum and has urged the EU to "evolve its position." A Brexit summit will be held in November, leaders announced.
One of the opposition Labour Party's senior members, Khan joins a growing list of politicians in favor of a second vote on EU membership. His call comes amid a deepening split over the government's Brexit proposals.
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.
The European Union has said it is ready to address key British concerns over Northern Ireland. Meanwhile, UK Prime Minister Theresa May wrote in a German newspaper that both sides were close to an orderly Brexit deal.
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