Authorities in the port of Rotterdam have warned companies to prepare for potential disruption when Britain leaves the EU.
The EU's preferred option is for Britain to stay. Failing that, Brussels would like the UK to remain as close as possible. For now, though, Europe's leaders just want some clarity on what the British government wants.
The company has insisted that the move is to assist its plans to produce electric cars, and not related to Brexit. Dyson has been criticized for not investing more in the UK.
The British Prime Minister is still in office after surviving a no-confidence vote in her government. But Germany and the rest of Europe are deeply worried about the increased likelihood of a no-deal Brexit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal has been rejected in an overwhelming loss by 230 votes in the UK parliament, so what happens next?
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