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Tens of thousands of defiant Remainers have sent a clear message to Downing Street: “Stop Brexit.”

Why Saturday’s protest needs to be a display of unity for all our sakes

The march, the speeches and the best Remainer outfits! Find out what’s going on at the Unite for Europe march to parliament

It is not just construction, technology and retail that relies heavily on overseas workers. Brexit could impact industries across the economy.

George Osborne is not the only big newspaper appointment to make waves. Our editor-at-large Alastair Campbell explains why he’s joined The New European

We round up the losers and losers (because there are no winners) of another crazy seven days on Planet Brexit

Theresa May is right that now is not the time for a referendum on Scottish independence. But if she disagrees with our timeframe, she must set out her own alternative

Westminster attack raises spectre of new ‘rings of steel’ to boost security in urban centres

The New European has announced that Alastair Campbell is joining its editorial board as Editor-at-Large.

Not everyone who voted leave is a racist or a xenophobe but the campaign and its aftermath has attracted some dubious supporters

When Article 50 is triggered on March 29 there is a two-year deadline for Britain and the EU to complete the hugely complex negotiations

Culture

With effortless charm, a rapier wit and a champagne flute in his hand Noel Coward was a quintessentially English figure. Here theatre director Matthew Townsend explores the woman behind the man, his brush with the Nazis and the impressive legacy he left

TONGUE TWISTING: WHAT BREXIT MEANS FOR MINORITY LANGUAGES

There are few ways to relax that are more European than a trip to a spa. But there are also few things more fraught with potential embarrassment. Here, we provide a guide to the etiquette expected

Why are we obsessed with the nightmarish alternative history of what would have happened if the Nazis had won?

Forget Harry Potter mania - fan fever for Goethe’s tragic hero Werther was blamed for copycat tragedies and popularising yellow trousers

The enduring appeal of the Norse gods and their grandly tragic, absurdly comic, strangely moving tales

ason Williamson is one half of the Sleaford Mods – probably Britain’s most political band, and certainly its angriest. And there is little that makes him as angry as Brexit. Here, he takes aim at Leavers, trolls and much more

From brown shoes to foreign lorry drivers, computers to oral sex, the list is as varied as it is perplexing

The latest production at the National Theatre is a Brexit-inspired play based on a national conversation sparked by the referendum.

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