The Berlin bureau chief of the "Economist", Jeremy Cliffe, tells DW before the election in the UK that a strong result for May might not necessarily strengthen her negotiating hand in Brussels during Brexit talks.
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?
Car production has fallen to its lowest levels since the 2008 financial crisis, according to a new report. Industry leaders say the damage is "enormous," but nothing like the "devastation" a no-deal Brexit would have.
With just 10 weeks left until the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, the prospect of a no-deal exit remains firmly on the table. That’s bad news for the UK car industry, which is already planning for the worst.
If Brexit is one day to be seen as a success for Britain, the country’s economic ties with India would need to flourish in the years ahead. But the EU’s relations with both countries will overshadow everything.
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