Tariffs on foreign cars in US could cost $45 billion - India aims to improve infrastructure - Companies call for clarity over Brexit
It's a thankless task trying to keep up with the daily dose of bizarre comments made by leading Brexiteers. DW's Rob Mudge has made a valiant effort to wade through some of the madness.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says she'll only do Brexit her way, and the UK's master of loose talk is back in the news. Meanwhile, Labour could have a last shot at a second referendum and London finance is taking a hit.
BMW has moved forward the annual shutdown of its Mini plant in Oxford to coincide with the UK's EU withdrawal date. The German carmaker said it hoped to guard against any supply hiccups in case of a no-deal Brexit.
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has said the time to reach a Brexit deal could be extended. However, he also said UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s current Brexit proposal was a non-starter.
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