June 28th, 2016
Episode 556 of 770 episodes
We hear from technology firms and other businesses in Berlin about whether a British departure from the European Union could work in their favour. The BBC's Joe Miller speaks to entrepreneurs who believe Berlin will attract firms that would otherwise have invested in London. Also, Neelie Kroes, a retired Dutch politician and former European commissioner, says EU leaders have lessons to learn from Brexit. And, we hear from Hugo Paemen, a key player in the EU's trade policy for the last 40 years and the EU's former chief trade negotiator, about what the next steps are for Brexit. (Picture: 'Say No Believe in Britain' advertisement on a building in Redcar, England; Credit: Scott Heppell/AFP/Getty Images)
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