Bankers and traders desperately want a trade deal so they can continue to trade all across Europe. But as they told DW's reporters, they're already working on a plan B.
Despite a cap on bonuses for EU bankers, the number of high earners has increased by over 40 percent since 2010. The UK, home to thousands of millionaire bankers, has only seen a "small increase," likely due to Brexit.
The potential impact of a no-deal Brexit is very hard to predict with any degree of certainty. But as the clock ticks down, we look into how a hard Brexit might affect non-EU nationals.
A "no-deal" Brexit is looking increasingly likely, according to the EU, and the bloc has revealed its contingency plan for that scenario. But it warned the measures could only reduce disruption, not prevent it.
Theresa May says she is still trying to build support for her Brexit deal, which has twice failed in Parliament. Britain could leave the EU without a Brexit deal on April 12 if she fails to break the impasse.
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