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Warsaw wants Poles in the UK to come home and help the booming economy, well, keep booming. London now says it wants them to stay, but where does that leave the almost 1 million people caught in the middle?
Widely claimed as the birthplace of The Beatles, no other German city has the British flair of Hamburg. But with the UK's exit from the EU looming, a post-Brexit future is proving hard to come together in the port city.
The British monarch could be whisked away to a secret location if disorder was to break out, UK media reported. The chance of a no-deal Brexit has prompted businesses, people and the government to make contingency plans.
Angela Merkel has said its not too late to seal a deal on Britain's EU exit. Meanwhile, UK PM Theresa May has said her commitment to an open Irish border is "unshakable," though she still wants to tweak the backstop.
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