London is looking to improve its air quality by introducing more electric vehicles. The city's famous taxis will be among the first to go green. By 2020, half of London's cabs are to be powered by electricity.
James Thornton, head of public interest law firm Client Earth, holds governments around the world accountable for environmental damage. He tells DW how the law can be harnessed for the good of people and the planet.
Julian Assange is fighting to stay at Ecuador's embassy in London, but his hosts don't want him anymore. The WikiLeaks founder accused the embassy of carrying out a surveillance operation on behalf of the FBI.
Theresa May's Conservative rebels are challenging her leadership over her draft Brexit deal, but not in Parliament. The embattled British prime minister is expected to win the vote on Wednesday evening.
In the eleventh hour, British PM Theresa May recoiled to delay a decision on her Brexit deal. The move may save her government for the time being but makes a hard Brexit is more likely, writes Barbara Wesel.
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