Berlin is home to around 10,000 British people. Many are nervous as the British government forges ahead with Brexit. Might they soon have to leave Berlin and its booming startup scene?
The consequences of a no-deal Brexit would be much worse for Europe than for the UK, argues British historian Timothy Garton Ash in an exclusive interview with DW.
The beauty of Brexit, according to those in favor, is that the UK will be able to strike its own trade deals without EU "interference." But 65 percent of UK trade is linked to EU trade, and new deals are deeply complex.
The natterjack toad, petalworts and the sand lizard are some of Britain's most endangered species. To fight for their survival the UK's biggest conservation organisations are joining forces.
UK lawmakers have twice rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal, but the threat of not leaving the EU at all has worried hardliners in her party. Are the die-hards giving up? DW asks pro-Brexit MP Nigel Mills.
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