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If you locked Fox and Hammond in a room which of the two would you expect to emerge as the other one’s pigskin bag?

Steve Anglesey picks out the worst Brexiteers of the week

For three decades of the last century, Jacques Cousteau was without doubt one of the best-known Frenchmen in the world.

Fashion can be considered frivolous and in some ways it is.

A new theatre production telling the story of the arrest and imprisonment of feminist collective Pussy Riot shows why they are more relevant now than ever.

The dispute was an ominous warning of problems for our time over where ultimate power lies in the US

Manufactured nostalgia always has a political end. Its aim is to create new foot soldiers for The New Vision.

Safe choices and repetition have put lampooning comedy on its knees

Trump, with his appetite for diversionary tactics, could see a pre-emptive strike against North Korea as the ultimate diversion from his domestic problems

How Britain’s farms are being sold out as real consequences of Brexit come home to roost

An idea for a movie that once upon a time no one would buy – because it was too improbable.

When the political season resumes with the party conferences, we had better have got our act together. All of us. Or else this thing is happening

Lies, damn lies and Brexit: How fabrication – whatever the consequences – has become a viable political weapon and what the fallout might be

Five books of remarkable journeys by remarkable people.

Did you spot the Canadian angle on the British government’s latest Cunning Plan, the one intended to make good Theresa May’s pledge to leave the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice on Brexit Day without doing serious “no deal” harm to the economy?

The US is stumbling towards an autocracy, as it emerges Donald Trump is exploring ways to pardon himself even before any accusations have been made.

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has insisted that no options for Brexit should be off the table in the latest sign of Labour splits on the issue.

‘The Will Of The People ... Once upon a time, I would have thought the phrase absurdly un-British’

The New European has finally decided to publish one of persistent Brexiteer Robert Miller’s letters. But was it worth the wait?

That the entire Brexit Project may now lie in the domain of Elmer Fudd would be what Bugs would make us question.

The mid-90s saw the triumph of two very different double acts – Robson and Jerome and the Gallagher brothers.

Labour’s Brexit divisions have become apparent once again with trade spokesman Barry Gardiner saying staying in the customs union would be a “disaster”.

The zealots who allow the Brexit fiasco to happen are diminishing the UK inch by inch, day by day.

Plot gossip: Leaky lips in the Tory party and a look at the world beyond Brexit sniping

The club in Turin is a football club quite unlike any other - an institution which combines excellence and ugliness

A new Big Lie is currently entering the Big Lie lexicon. It is that 51.9% having voted Leave last June 23 – National Self-Harm Day – the number has now risen to over 80%.

A vanity not evident in his years on the fringe has become visible.

Our culture correspondent on the filmmaker Francois Ozon, whose latest works veer from comparatively chaste to France’s answer to Fifty Shades of Grey.

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