With Brexit looming, uncertainty affects many people across Europe. DW travelled to Hamburg in northern Germany, where Brits are anxious about the consequences of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal.
Britain's opposition Labour Party says talks with Prime Minister Theresa May on the Brexit stalemate have reached the limit. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the government was too unstable for any deal to be secured.
Prime Minister Theresa May intends to introduce a bill implementing the Brexit deal in early June. She's hoping to reach a compromise with Labour to overcome a deadlock in Parliament.
For the first time, the UK acknowledged it will take part in the upcoming EU elections, as there was not enough time for the government to get its Brexit deal approved. PM Theresa May said she deeply regretted the move.
Thousands of workers at the Japanese car manufacturer's plant in Swindon are set to lose their jobs. Honda's president previously said the move had nothing to do with the United Kingdom's exit from the EU.
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