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.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has warned that Brexit should not be used to create more bureaucracy. He was reacting to the British government's white paper on future relations with the bloc.
UK premier Theresa May is reported to have told her Cabinet that a change to her Brexit plan was not possible, after consulting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The two leaders have met twice in the past week.
Nigel Farage says the British government blocked any contact between him and Donald Trump during the president's visit. But a face-to-face meeting wasn't necessary. Mark Hallam says they did their damage via the press.
Two years after the UK's Brexit referendum, Germany and the EU are still waiting for precise proposals from London. Divisions in the ruling Conservative party have impeded presentation of a coherent plan.
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