What tearful politicians, dancing and the taste of herring reveal about Brexit


As Parliament prepares to vote on the deal that will shape how it leaves the EU, the BBC World Service’s From Our Own Correspondent examines different perspectives on Brexit:

Ben Wright brings us the sound and fury at Westminster, and has a drink with some MPs who have as little idea about what might happen next as he does.

Jenny Hill reveals that in Germany, the town of Gadheim is celebrating, it will soon become the centre of the EU. Anna Holligan goes on a fish-tasting odyssey into Britain and the EU’s complex relationship with fish. And Kevin Connolly explains what dancing the gavotte has got to with Brexit.



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