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How did Brexit Britain lose the spirit of the 2012 Olympics?

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

The forces of history are with Remain. The only question is when we will win

In this column’s unflinching commitment to finding fragments of silver lining in the debris that has been the Year of Brexit it is torn between Emmanuel Macron and Dominic Cummings.

In an uncertain global landscape, the former deputy prime minister outlines reforms needed to safeguard the international order against nationalism and ‘strong man’ politics

Suddenly he is everyone’s favourite Uncle Jeremy - a man on the threshhold of power. Next time he may be unlucky enough to win

This has been a dreadful campaign, as shallow and mean-spirited in its way as the Brexit campaign last summer, its proximate cause.

A sombre and serious Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to be “strong against terrorism” in a controversial speech where he also blamed British interventions abroad for raising the threat level.

How lost trust in once-mighty institutions created opportunities for populism

What would happen if Theresa and the rest of Team May have got it all wrong?

Labour would not allow Britain to crash out of the European Union if no trade deal was in place at the end of Brexit negotiations.

Is May running a Trump-style campaign? Five things we learned yesterday

MPs would be given the chance to halt a Brexit deal secured by a Labour government, Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer has said.

Jeremy Corbyn has ruled out backing a second referendum on the final Brexit deal after suggestions Labour could include the policy in their general election manifesto.

Elements of populist and post-truth politics that stir uncomfortable memories of British fascist leader Oswald Mosley

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

You asked and he answered – the former Prime Minister talks Brexit, Labour, Trump, Iraq and world politics

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

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