Latest in Tag: Brexit Highlight
Latest in Tag: Brexit
Six months after the UK’s EU referendum and amid growing discontent, Prime Minister Theresa May has now outlined her plans for Britain’s future. Samira Shackle reports from London on the reactions.
A group of academics and lawyers has written to prosecutors to complain about “false statements” made ahead of the UK referendum vote on June 23.
Will the British parliament upset Prime Minister May’s Brexit plans? It hasn’t come to that yet, even if the “remain” camp feels they have a new lease on life, writes DW’s Bernd Riegert
The head of the EU Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs Elmar Brok tells DW why the US election race scares him and why he is not sure anymore who will win.
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union will have a negative impact on gross domestic product in Germany, a survey by an economic think tank has predicted.
Microsoft has announced it will increase prices for a range of enterprise services in the UK
UAE and Britain have set a new target for its bilateral trade agreement to reach AED 135.24bn by 2020
A report by Britain’s equality body notes a “worrying combination” of post-Brexit hate crimes and long-term, systemic race inequality. Samira Shackle reports from London.
A centuries-old rivalry over English cream teas has been left hanging because of doubts over EU protected food status. British food campaigners have called on the British government to find a solution.
Immigration advisers who’ve noticed a surge in British interest toward New Zealand following the UK’s Brexit vote warn it won’t last. Blair Cunningham reports from Wellington.
The mood among German institutional investors has rebounded in August as the initial shock over Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has begun to ease and outlooks for Germany’s economy have improved.
Despite being a UK Labour member of parliament, German-born Gisela Stuart was a leading figure in the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union. Her decision raised eyebrows, particularly from those in Germany.
While the British vote to leave the European Union may have quite a number of negative effects on the UK economy, travel agencies report a rapidly rising number of inbound flight bookings – thanks to a weaker pound.
Irish airline Ryanair has reported a decent rise in first-quarter profits not least due to growing traffic and reduced fuel costs. But future earnings look set to be impacted by the aftermath of the UK’s Brexit vote.