Brexit is affecting people's lives across Europe. DW's Linda Vierecke met an English woman who owns a shop selling British goods in the German capital. It's been operating successfully for decades - but now she's ready to retire.
On a European day trip, Theresa May is trying to convince the German and French leaders to give her more time for Brexit. Her visits to Berlin and Paris precede an EU emergency summit on how long the delay should be.
Mention the name Dominic Miller and guitarists will prick up their ears. His new album is called Absinthe. DW caught up with him to discuss intoxicated painters, bandoneon and Brexit — and his day job with Sting.
Listening to EU media and politicians, one might think that the British will be washed into the Atlantic in a biblical flood once they leave the bloc. But, DW's Nemanja Rujevic wonders, why all the panic over Brexit?
The UK prime minister and the president of the European Commission have said that talks were "constructive," yet they produced no plan to break the current impasse. Further talks are planned.
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