In meetings with European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, British Prime Minister Theresa May has declared progress and a readiness to move on to the second stage of Brexit negotiations.
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.
The British prime minister has headed back to Brussels, having survived a vote of confidence from her own party. While she'll be seeking concessions on the Brexit deal, the EU says there'll be no big changes.
The German chancellor says that her country continues to seek an "orderly" Brexit, but is preparing for harsher eventualities. The topic dominated Merkel's second-ever parliamentary Q&A session.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May visited Berlin to try and save the Brexit deal. DW runs down where Germany stands on the issue. It has a vested interest in avoiding a hard Brexit but an even bigger one in a strong EU.
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