Britain has voted, if only by a slim majority ,to leave the EU. The British community in Berlin talks about the referendum outcome.
British airline Flybmi is shutting down due to rising fuel prices, carbon costs and uncertainty around Brexit. It is the latest company to be impacted as Britain prepares to exit the EU on March 29.
Were kicking the can down the road an Olympic sport, Theresa May would have a gold medal. Plus, Captain May aims for the iceberg, Leavers are hurt by Donald Tusk's words, and more in this edition of DW's Brexit Diaries.
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.
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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