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Reader Paul Hollands spent a week on a pro-Brexit Facebook group to break out of the Remain social media ‘bubble’.

Theresa May has reassured the EU27 she will continue to drive Brexit forward despite an embarrassing Commons defeat as they gave the green light for phase two.

MICHAEL WHITE tries to look on the bright side of the fallout from May’s Brexit fudge.

The EU is currently debating proposals to force internet giants like Google and Facebook to pay more for the millions of news stories they offer their users. Here, the leaders of some of the continent’s biggest news agencies explain why the measure is so urgent.

Editor-at-Large Alastair Campbell on economic bandwidth, Corbyn’s honesty and Donald’s wellbeing

The time has come for the EU to use its influence to drive reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah and restore hope in the Palestinian territory

Berlin was once the hometown-that-never-was, but what do Germany and its capital represent now?

Progressive parties must get their act together and address immigration if we are to avoid a Hard Brexit, writes environmentalist and Green thinker JONATHON PORRITT.

In a very personal reflection on Brexit, YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN recalls her own journey of identity from Colonial subject, to Briton, to European.

Remainers are still waiting for evidence of the cunning traps Labour were going to set for the government during this process, writes one reader.

Almost half of NHS doctors from Europe are considering quitting the UK because of Brexit, according to a new survey.

Jeremy Corbyn has called the Prime Minister’s Brexit update “Groundhog Day” and warned her biggest battle is with the “warring” Tory factions rather than the EU.

Trieste, the city which has survived centuries of seductive illusions.

“Trees are sanctuaries,” wrote the German author and poet Hermann Hesse. “Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth.”

A legitimisation of radical right-wing ideology is taking place around the world. The world was shocked by the events in Charlottesville, America, and by Donald Trump’s failure to condemn racist violence.

Mancunian musician Mark Reeder arrived in Berlin in 1979 and never looked back.

As I think I’ve mentioned before, my wife Clara (who is in the process of becoming my ex-wife although we remain best of friends – a neat trick if you can pull it off and thus far we seem to be doing OK) grew up in Berlin both before and after the reunification of Germany.

‘We want tighter borders’ cried some in the media only to moan when Brits had to queue at passport control. Here Liz Gerard examines yet more media hypocrisy.

Plenty of eyebrows were raised when former Chancellor George Osborne was handed the role as Editor of London’s Evening Standard.

Social media went into overdrive when a BBC kids’ programme included a black centurion.

Rubens got in among our basic desires and our raw physicality and he gave them form

Brexiteers have deluded themselves with a belief in the native pluck of the British which will eventually win the day.

Where the British were once favoured targets of French satirists, now we are ignored or pitied, says Have I Got News For You writer Nathaniel Tapley

A seamy, subversive, self confident city, Hamburg is also a symbol of an outward-looking Germany

Even without the complications of Brexit, Britain’s economy is in serious peril. But with attention elsewhere, is anyone in power actually listening?

The architect of the Labour’s introduction of student fees says the money charged is now nothing more than vice-chancellors profiteering

The epitaph for the Battle of Passchendaele – as with so much of our understanding of the First World War – came from a British war poet. But what of their German counterparts? We explore the poetry that emerged from the other side of no-man’s land

One hundred years ago, on July 31 1917, saw the start of the slaughter in that hell they called Passchendaele. Here’s why the battle still exerts such a hold on the national psyche...

‘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?

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