The New European’s Editor-at-Large ALASTAIR CAMPBELL on a memorable exchange between Blair and Putin.

Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week.

Fascism arises when people have a yearning for order and peace at any cost, says BONNIE GREER

One reader has started defining the Brexiteers that the BBC and mainstream media continues to roll out as the ‘Dismissers’.

In this week’s diary column, EU workers find a champion in the Home Office and the plan is laid out for the next phase of the Leveson inquiry

The New European’s Editor-at-Large on Theresa May’s strategy of wishful thinking in Brexit negotiations

Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week

As bungling Boris Johnson offers his solution to the Irish border problem, the former transport secretary sets off across the nation touring Leave areas.

In this week’s diary column, Liam Fox longs for his drinking partner and Rebekah Brooks lets bygones be bygones

He offers no insight, no expertise and no reasonable debate – and yet here was Nigel Farage for the 32nd time on Question Time.

Steve Anglesey names the worst Brexiteers of the week

Jacob Rees-Mogg, Kate Hoey, David Davis, Boris Johnson and that big red bus. Just some of the subjects covered by correspondents in this week’s mailbag.

MICHAEL WHITE on those ludicrous spy stories . . . and why Labour’s leader must come in from the cold over Brexit.

Labour will back Britain staying in a customs union with the European Union post Brexit.

There seems to be something sinister about the BBC’s attitude to Brexit. Using his little grey cells, ANDREW ADONIS decides to investigate.

In this week’s diary column, Farage’s wealth remains a mystery and the BBC finally acknowledges The New European.

On television, on the big screen and in books, a mythologised view of Britain is becoming endemic, says PETER MILLAR.

In his latest stage review, TIM WALKER watches Mad as Hell at Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

MICHAEL WHITE on the negotiation countdown, the Norway model and why we can’t just muddle through.

In this week’s diary column, the BBC continue to overlook The New European and fracked off playwright digs out Boris Johnson.

Troubling as it may be, Putin is the politician best attuned to the state of the world today, says JAMES RODGERS.

Campaigner Gina Miller tells TIM WALKER about her latest legal challenge to the government, and why the law still offers the best hope of holding it to account.

In this week’s diary column, Cameron welcomes the plaudits and Gina Miller suppresses her political endeavours.

MICHAEL WHITE on whether a tapestry is all we get from Le President.

Sexism in the media is deep-seated and progress on the issue is glacial, says LIZ GERARD.

Jacob Rees-Mogg has been ambushed with his own words and forced out of the second referendum closet, says ANDREW ADONIS.

Mitch Benn uses his most tortuous analogy yet to explain why he is not rejoicing over UKIP’s downfall.

Banning hidden credit and debit card charges was not a Conservative government measure but the result of an EU directive. Our readers set the record straight.

The answer is not a second referendum but a first on Tories’ bad deal for Britain says Editor-at-Large Alastair Campbell.

Michael White looks at the flip-flopping Nigel Farage as the noose tightens on leave options.



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