Tusk meets Hollande, meets Merkel, meets Renzi. It has been nonstop work for the EU elite since a majority of UK voters chose to Brexit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is fighting for her political life and approval of a draft Brexit deal. European Union leaders show very little appetite for reopening talks on the deal if she fails on either front.
Under pressure, Prime Minister Theresa May defended her Brexit plan in Parliament as three more ministers resigned. Many wonder if she will be the one representing the UK at EU leaders' summit next week.
British Prime Minister May said her Cabinet ministers agreed to a draft deal on the UK's exit from the European Union. But she could face the ultimate test as junior coalition partners hint at fresh elections.
Europe today fears Germany's economic strength rather than its military might, historian Andeas Rödder tells DW. At the same time, Germany is meant to lead the EU: a dilemma for all sides.
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