Brexit: What's happened and what's next?
For the third time in two days, Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered major defeats in his plans to take the UK out of the EU with or without a deal. DW takes a look at the current impasse what will happen next.
Lamborghini CEO doesn't see trade war effects, urges prudence
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali said he hasn't seen any impact yet from trade disputes or Brexit on wealthy consumers. "We try to be prudent and balanced, in terms of the presences of the different markets," Domenicali told Bloomberg TV's Matt Miller at the Frankfurt Auto Show on Tuesday.
BMW braces for hard Brexit setting aside 300M Euros
BMW CFO Nicolas Peter discusses global trade tensions and his company's plans for a possible hard Brexit with Bloomberg's Caroline Connan at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
UK, EU ramp up Brexit talks as Parliament suspension backlash grows
Boris Johnson said the UK and EU need to "step up the tempo" with bi-weekly Brexit talks. While Johnson tries to quickly renegotiate a divorce deal, his plans to suspend Parliament are being challenged in court.
Bojo Brexit ploy, Italian alliance revearsal, Macron's G7, Amazon fires
Bojo Brexit ploy, Italian alliance reversal, Macron's G7, Amazon fires
Johnson’s prorogation is ‘Subterfuge,’ Says U.K. lawmaker brake
Liberal Democrats MP and Brexit Spokesperson Tom Brake discusses his opposition to Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament and how parliament is likely to try and stop him. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Johnson pushes toward a Brexit showdown
Boris Johnson has thrown down the gauntlet on Brexit. The Queen has granted his request to suspend parliament that effectively gives the prime minister’s opponents two weeks to come up with a way to stop Britain from leaving the EU without a deal on October 31. Bloomberg’s Rosalind Mathieson reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”