A recent survey of corporate leaders from Britain and Germany shows that most expect a negative impact on the UK economy if the country decides to leave the EU. The country would lose jobs and production in Britain would be cut.
The EU summit brought the possibility of an extended period for Britain's Brexit process and more funds for dealing with migrants across the bloc. But the UK's Theresa May has challenges from her own party at home.
As Brexit unravels before our eyes, it's worth reminding ourselves who got the UK and the EU into this mess in the first place. DW's Rob Mudge tries to shed light on how the former British prime minister spends his days.
Angela Merkel says a deal for Britain to leave the European Union is still possible. But, the German chancellor says, not enough progress has been made on central issues and an agreement is not inevitable.
EU and British officials enjoyed a totally wasted Sunday and Theresa May is looking for her "inner Boudicca." Meanwhile, May's critics accuse her of "buying a pig in a poke" and claim Brussels is "boiling the UK frog."
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