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Those advocating for staying in the EU, on the other hand, emphasized that the financial advantages of EU membership, such as free trade and inward investment, far outweighed the costs of the membership
Two sets of exercises will train forces on minesweeping
The British Balfour Declaration is still debated nowadays. It enabled the Jewish community to settle in Palestine but failed to protect the rights of Palestinians
The UK’s stance on offering asylum to persecuted Muslim Brotherhood members may negatively affect bilateral relations
The company is determined to finish the development of two hotels in Sharm El-Sheikh and Hurghada in 2018 with investment of EGP 370m
Report was supported by inaccurate documents and facts about Muslim Brotherhood activities and crimes, says committee
The resumption of flights from the United Kingdom to Egypt relies on completing the safety procedures, which are regularly reviewed in coordination with the Egyptian government, according to British ambassador to Cairo John Casson. On the sidelines of a press conference held by the Ministry of International Cooperation for the inauguration of a medical centre …
Britons across different industries are already feeling the effects of the Brexit vote. The construction sector has been hit particularly hard. Workers have been laid off. Samira Shackle reports from London.
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.
I love England. Always have and always will. I am never happier than when there is a carpet of snow covering the garden and fields surrounding my country home or just out for a stroll with friends along the lush green banks of the Thames watching the swans. Peace, perfect peace! Great Britain for me …
The meeting reviewed potentially lifting the ban on direct flights to Sharm El-Sheikh
Britain’s decision to leave the EU could have global consequences, G20 finance ministers have warned. The Brexit and boosting growth in stagnating China were the major topics at a meeting.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU fueled a rise in xenophobia and fears about the future. A month after the bombshell, DW talks to remain voters and EU nationals in the UK to see if they’ve come to terms with Brexit.
The bilateral meetings mainly focused on developments in Libya and Syria, Middle East peace talks, and counter-terrorism
Britain’s new prime minister confidently tackled questions from MPs during her first Prime Minister’s Questions session, but gave no clear indication of her plans for Brexit. Samira Shackle reports from London.
Is it sexist to talk about a politician’s clothes? Britain’s new Prime Minister Theresa May is very open about her passion for fashion. Political fashion blogger Laura Dunn explains why she can be an inspiration.
The German economy will keep growing in the third quarter, defying worries over the effect Britain’s vote to leave the European Union could have on the bloc, according to a report from Germany’s central bank.
British Vote Leave strategist Daniel Hannan is this week’s guest on Conflict Zone, discussing whether the Brexit campaign misled voters, as some claim, and what he thinks future holds for post-Brexit UK.
The UK has tried hard to strengthen its already robust economic relationship with Chinese politicians and businessmen. But many now question Britain’s future as an investment destination – and a gateway to the EU.
Conservative MPs have picked an experienced minister and a novice Brexiter as their leadership candidates. The selection of two women closed the door on Justice Secretary Michael Gove, Samira Shackle reports from London.
Britain’s finance minister has announced plans to drastically reduce corporate tax in the nation, still reeling from the pro-Brexit vote. The measure is aimed at tempting businesses to stay in the country.
Following Britain’s vote to leave the EU there has been a sharp rise in hate crimes in the UK.
The European aids to Egypt will not be affected by Brexit
In the wake of last week’s Brexit vote, there’s been a sharp increase in hate crimes targeting European nationals in the UK. Experts warn of deep divisions opened up by the vote, as Samira Shackle reports from London.
Great Britain and the EU are closely tied together in the field of research, whether in the exchange of scientists, financing and in setting common standards. What now? DW provides as many answers as possible.