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How parliament plans to take control of Brexit from Theresa May

Jan 22 2019 21:35

With Prime Minister Theresa May refusing to budge from her Brexit position, a series of amendments have been proposed by different members of Parliament demanding various changes of direction.


WATCH: Gloomy outlook, few world leaders for Davos 2019

Jan 22 2019 19:31

An array of crises will keep several world leaders away from the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, which takes place against a backdrop of deepening gloom over the global economic and political outlook.


WATCH: What is the World Economic Forum?

Jan 22 2019 16:40

With political, business and cultural leaders heading to Davos in Switzerland this week, we take a look at the World Economic Forum.


World Economic Forum 2019 opens in Davos

Jan 22 2019 14:44

The 2019 World Economic Forum has officially kicked off in the Swiss city of Davos.


May unveils Brexit Plan B, looks like Plan A

Jan 22 2019 13:23

British Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled her Brexit Plan B on Monday, and it looks a lot like Plan A.


Labour calls for vote that could trigger Brexit referendum rerun

Jan 22 2019 09:37

The UK’s main opposition party is backing a plan that would open the door to a second European Union referendum, bringing the prospect of stopping Brexit a step closer.


Davos in 2019: Millennials take charge of this year's forum

Jan 21 2019 21:47

The Swiss ski resort of Davos is about to become a refuge for politicians and executives seeking respite from a 2019 that’s mere weeks old and already proving turbulent.


May is said to give up on cross-party talks to fix Brexit

Jan 21 2019 08:00

Theresa May will return to Parliament on Monday having briefed her Cabinet on Sunday evening that there was little prospect of cross-party Brexit talks succeeding.


WATCH: Brexit broke this shop that has been standing for decades - 'It is a terrible mistake', says owner

Jan 20 2019 12:03

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.



The great Brexit stockpile: how UK Plc is bracing for no deal

Jan 19 2019 15:57

Factory floors and storage facilities are filling up as manufacturers accumulate everything from printing ink and packaging to aircraft parts and tinned food

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