The German Chancellor also demanded EU states take more refugees who have already landed in Greece
Two principles of the German consitution clash in the ruling
Continent's de facto leader to hold dicussions with eight more leaders as part of a concerted effort to stabilise bloc
'The whole process of the exit still lies ahead of us, but the decision is irrevocable'
A search of Mohammed Daleel's phone showed him pledging allegiance to Isis and its leader
The then-Prime Minister reportedly tried to persuade German chancellor to change stance in days before referendum
The approaching elections in Germany, France and America will have one theme in common: societies and political systems struggling to come to terms with a disaffected population that feels excluded and ignored
Germany has been the most welcoming country for refugees, but bilingual and bi-national people still tend to feel the pressure to prove that they belong
German Chancellor takes firm line with new British Prime Minister as the two women meet for the first time
We have a huge trade deficit with Europe, but a surplus with the rest of the world. So maybe being part of the single market acts against our interests, not in favour of them
'This will be an opportunity to discuss how the UK and Germany can work together as the UK prepares to leave the EU'
Mr Johnson, the man about to represent Britain on the world stage, rarely holds back
'The pressure for him to resign will only become greater'
'While UK governments have not always been a force for unity in the EU, there is a generation of British citizens who want a future as EU citizens,' says the letter
Around 62 per cent believe Germany should take back control - but 75 per cent still want to remain in the union
Ms Merkel has held her last ever meeting at a Brussels summit with David Cameron