Germany chooses four more years of Angela Merkel

Edit .Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel has taken an emphatic victory in the country's parliamentary election. It means she can look ahead to four more years in office. But the appearance of her government will change dramatically. As she faces the prospect of an uneasy "grand coalition" with the opposition Social Democrats, we ask what it all means for German people, German businesses and Germany's relationship with the rest of Europe. Also in the programme: a BBC investigation has revealed how workers in Bangladeshi clothing factories still face long hours and hazardous working conditions.

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Britain and the EU - what next?

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