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Former leader of the 1968 student protests. Daniel Cohn-Bendit explains what links those protests to Brexit and Trump, where the EU has failed and the simple way it can succeed

Elite is a dirty word in a Brexit Britain – we take a look at the establishment credentials of powerful figures in politics and media to see how they compare

Why did the EU referendum happen and how could it be overturned? Brexit is not a done deal and this is how we can fight it

The Brexiteers’ claim that we would be £350m a week better off outside the EU has been widely ridiculed - but it worked and they are at it again

The catastrophe unfolding in Aleppo shows Europe, and Britain in particular, of the need to remain a powerful player on the global stage

The Brexit timetable vote helped to define the battlefield, but the bloodshed is all still to come

Richmond Park must be an inspiration for those wanting an open, tolerant Britain – and we must shout loud enough to wake the government from its sleepwalk towards a trade war

Brexit power 100: influential figures from the worlds of politics, the media, entertainment, finance and football, and from all sides of the debate

A C Grayling’s powerful 5 point comeback tackles the government’s Brexit plans

If MPs blindly follow an advisory referendum then history will pass its own judgment, says Professor A C Grayling

It’s a great day for democracy, says Labour MP for Tottenham, David Lammy

Look who’s rattled now! Matt Kelly calls out the lies and hyperbole of the Brexit big names

Looking at this tweet which just went out the other day, I was reminded of that undoubtedly hot night just this past August in Mississippi, when Nigel Farage strode out on to the stage of a Donald Trump rally.

In a career spanning more than 50 years, Britain’s leading economics writer William Keegan has reported on some dark days for the country. Here, he explains why nothing so far compares with what lies ahead

Those who say that parliament can note and learn from the outcome of the 23 June advisory referendum, yet not choose to take the UK out of the EU, are accused by those who supported Leave of being ‘anti-democratic.’ It is vital to understand why it would not be ‘anti-democratic’ for parliament to decide to retain the UK’s EU membership. It is especially vital that our MPs should be reminded of these considerations, because the future of the UK and the EU is now wholly in their hands.

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