Comments by Theresa May regarding Britain's exit from the EU have weighed on the pound, but British equities have surged recently.
EU and UK Brexit negotiators have paused talks until after this week's EU summit. Amid some speculation that officials would confirm a provisional Brexit deal on Sunday, the Northen Irish issue got in the way, again.
The British prime minister has told lawmakers that a Brexit deal is still "achievable." Yet German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned time was running out over the Irish border question.
Boris Johnson has spoken at the sidelines of the Conservative Party Conference to denounce Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of the Brexit negotiations. He described May's Chequers plan as "dangerous and unstable."
From international trains to Netflix access — more areas of everyday life have been listed if Britain crashes out of the EU without an agreement. DW takes a look at some of the UK government's latest Brexit notices.
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