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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’.

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.

Why not subscribe to the award-winning New European? After all, it is the only really good thing to come from Brexit.

Slowly but surely the threads are emerging. Russia not only interfered directly in the election of Donald Trump. But also in our referendum.

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.

Leaving the EU is not an inherently humorous topic but as the saying goes ‘if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry’. Here John Nicholson rounds up some of the best Brexit gags from Edinburgh Fringe.

Vlad the Lad is the supreme master of the macho man holiday snap...

The news industry has a trust problem.

Editor-at-Large Alistair Campbell has a suggestion: to anyone yet to book a holiday – try Albania

We used to be a mild-mannered people. Now random spite is the cornerstone of our crumbling culture

After fundraising curry night in support of the Grenfell victims, our resident foodie gets creative with the leftovers – and some Aperol Spritz

Legacy publishers such as the Mail and the Sun are condemning the environment they create

If you think Brexit has been a disaster after just a year, imagine the damage it will do in a decade

For what do people want more than anything else? It’s not the policies or the ideology, the big political personalities or the budget details, but more than anything they want the roulette wheel to stop turning.

No plans on June 30? A Facebook event to give the PM a “happy send off” after a difficult year is proving to be seriously popular

We pick the most wrong and unstable Leavers of the week

From Conservative U-turns to when Corbyn met the masses - David Schneider shares the moments he’ll remember from the general election 2017

The London Bridge terror attack is set to bring heightened pressure on internet firms to end so-called “safe spaces”.

We pick out the most wrong and unstable Leavers of the week

Brexit not only drastically exacerbates the NHS’s current problems, it also poses an existential threat to it

The Tories are back with their promise to reduce net migration to the tens of thousands.

Macron’s election raises the stakes in the governing game

The internet has long been a political battleground, but one corner of the web is home to a particularly dirty kind of warfare.

From putting up posters to ward off the forces of Brexit to encouraging young people to vote, we pick 8 easy ways to make a difference for GE2017

There have been various proposals for “neutral” international languages to help countries to get along, but politics always get in the way

We sort the chaff from the chaff to bring you eight of the worst Leavers of the week

Google and Facebook pushed back the frontiers of cyberspace as champions of freedom and transparency. Now, they are the villains

Newspapers have waged along battle against the titans of the internet. But in there are double standards to be found in their latest line of attack

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

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