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'The country I love': Britain's May breaks down in resignation speech
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'The country I love': Britain's May breaks down in resignation speech.
How MI.MU hi-tech gloves are shaping the electronic music scene
British music tech start-up MI.MU has launched a redesigned version of their MI.MU Gloves, changing the way musicians play and create electronic music.
Brits race for EU Passports
"I feel a lot less British through the whole Brexit thing." Brits tell us why they are racing to apply for EU passports.
UK lays plans to contest European elections
Prime Minister May's Conservative Party stressed that it was not "inevitable" that Britain take part. British political parties remain deadlocked over how to handle the country's exit from Europe.
'Talk to me': British survey finds 'phone snubbing' is rising cause of divorce and breakups
'Talk to me': British survey finds 'phone snubbing' is rising cause of divorce and breakups.
Honda announces U.K. plant closure ahead of Brexit
Honda Motor Co. dealt a blow to the British auto industry just weeks before the Brexit deadline as it announced plans to close its U.K. plant.
'No remorse, no entry': British press debates return of jihadi bride
'No remorse, no entry': British press debates return of jihadi bride.
Theresa May in Brussels in bid to reopen Brexit negotiations
British Prime Minister Theresa May will attempt to negotiate the Irish backstop with EU representatives in Brussels. It comes after Donald Tusk said there was a 'special place in hell' for those that promoted Brexit.
Brexit: UK parliament sends Theresa May back to Brussels — how it happened
British lawmakers have told Theresa May to reopen negotiations on a controversial provision within her Brexit withdrawal deal. The European Union says it's not interested in fresh talks. Read the latest here.
Germany: A Shop Succumbs to Brexit
Brexit is affecting people's lives across Europe. DW's Linda Vierecke met an English woman who owns a shop selling British goods in the German capital. It's been operating successfully for decades - but now she's ready to retire.
Queen Elizabeth II urges respect as UK argues over Brexit
In comments interpreted as a message on Brexit, the British monarch praised compromise and civility on different views. UK politicians are locked in a bitter row about leaving the EU, and time is running out.
Barclays activist turns up the heat
An activist targeting Barclays says he has lost confidence in his dealings with the British lender. Edward Bramson of Sherborne Investors, who holds more than 5% of the bank, says he would seek shareholder approval for board changes.