Using a football analogy, the reporter asks: 'Why are you putting... a player on the pitch who doesn't actually want to play'
Ms May has said she does not want to start the formal process to leave the EU until 2017
Chancellor Merkel was happy to talk about Turkey. Happy to talk about Syria. But Brexit? No
German Chancellor takes firm line with new British Prime Minister as the two women meet for the first time
German domination 'provokes resentment' in the Eurozone, says professor
'We will have difficult negotiations with Britain, it will not be easy'
'Nobody wants to put themselves in the kind of mess the British have', says Professor Marlene Wind
'The pressure for him to resign will only become greater'
The man’s a sadomasochist in a boring suit. The very embodiment of Fifty Shades of Grey
I voted Leave – but, looking at the reasons, it's undeniable that we'll stay in the European Union after all
Chancellor Angela Merkel expresses fear that investors may now believe the EU is ungovernable, sources claim
Within a few short years the 48 per cent will be the 50 per cent, and then the 55. The young voted Remain by a substantial majority. Many of us feel betrayed
The German Chancellor's other problems include dealing with the migrant crisis and her country's souring relations with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan
German Chancellor says countries outside the European Union 'will never get a really good result in negotiations'
'If the Americans hold fast to this position, we don't need the free trade treaty. And TTIP will fail,' says Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel
Europe’s growing Kurdish diaspora would be vastly increased if the crushed and war-suffering masses of Diyarbakir could find their way to Germany, Denmark and Sweden