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Boris Johnson’s team isn’t going to let economic models get in the way of a political revolution.
Boris Johnson’s government is waging a war of words not against the EU but the British people.
In London for LSE symposium, politicians express confusion at Britain’s post-Brexit stance
German chancellor makes veiled comment that leaving the EU could lead to the UK losing international influence.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has blamed Brexit as the reason why the firm chose Germany rather than Britain as the country to launch its new Gigafactory.
Musk says uncertainty over future ruled UK out of running for new facility.
Brand's European factory will be built near Berlin and produce the Model Y SUV, with Tesla R&D centre in Germany, too.
Electric cars are the future, and Britain should be uniquely well-placed to manufacture them. But the Brexit purists don’t care about that – or the jobs and investment that’ll be lost.
'Brexit made it too risky to put a Gigafactory in the UK'
UK citizens fear ‘consequences’ of British government’s announcements after Brexit.
Anti-German dogwhistling has plagued the pro-Brexit camp since pre-referendum billboards enjoined Brits to 'Halt Ze German Advance.' As the Brexit chaos intensifies, that populist jingoism is becoming increasingly shrill.
None of the EU27 have expressed support, but not all have actually shared their opinions on the new proposals.
In a quiet corner of northern Germany there is a small community where a Scotsman is in charge.
The UK government has stepped up its planning for leaving the EU without a deal, covering areas such as transport, healthcare, energy, food and water. But what is the EU doing to prepare for this scenario?
German firms won almost three times as much in contract fees than the UK, with its share rising to €307m (£281m) in 2018
Boris Johnson moves into 10 Downing Street on a promise to deliver Brexit within months. However, German business leaders have urged him to avoid a disorderly Brexit. Trade between the two countries is already falling.
Whether for inward investment, exports or tourism, Germany is a top five country for Ireland with potential for much more.
The Tory race for the top job rumbles on. Europe attempts to fill its own big positions. President Michael D Higgins hears strong words of support on Brexit in Germany. We also get a business view of the 'no deal' sentiment and get the reflections of a former European Parliament Brexit steering group member as she wraps up her term.
That’s according to a new study by an economic research centre, which found Germany would be the worst hit EU country when it comes to jobs in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a withdrawal agreement in place.
The Treaty of Versailles established arrangements to prevent a hard border between Germany and Poland in Silesia. It failed, becoming a flashpoint in the relationship between the two countries. Even a permanent backstop is a poorer guarantor of peace in Northern Ireland than remaining in the EU. (Thea Don-Siemion)
ICAEW tells MPs there could be ‘systemic’ impact on economic confidence if UK crashes out. / Britain’s next prime minister will take charge of an economy beginning to falter, as Brexit uncertainty and the mounting risk of a no deal scenario serve as a brake on growth, according to a Guardian analysis.
Germany lined up behind other EU states and official to warn that a new UK prime minister will not be able to renegotiate the Brexit withdrawal agreement struck between the EU and Theresa May.