More and more Britons are beginning to realize the disadvantages of leaving the EU. In particular, many young people who did not vote in the referendum are behind the growing opposition.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence. And yet with the clock ticking towards a hard Brexit, Britain doesn't seem to be able to tell the time, writes DW's Rob Turner.
The EU's top court should rule that the UK can scrap Brexit unilaterally, a senior adviser has recommended. The advice comes a week before British parliament is scheduled to vote on Theresa May's divisive Brexit plan.
In a speech in London, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for a new Brexit referendum. He has has urged both the EU and the UK to amend their positions so that everyone would be satisfied.
Tension came to a head in Brussels as EU leaders met to discuss pressing issues facing the bloc — Brexit being foremost among them. A discussion between Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker showed how high the stakes are.
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