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

With Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson conceding Brexit is no longer inevitable, politics are catching up with reality, says Andrew Adonis, and we need allies.

Steve Anglesey ​picks out the losers and losers from another week on Planet Brexit – where there are no winners.

The anti-Brexit cause may be facing a daunting task, says Stefan Stern, but a clear course to stop this madness still lies ahead

When stand-up, fantasy football fanatic and novelist David Baddiel first became famous hecklers were in the audience. Now, talking to NATHANIEL TAPLEY, he explains how trolls have become a new, nastier version of the loud-mouth in the crowd

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has again ruled out his party backing a second EU referendum even in the face of growing public support.

For this week’s podcast we asked you what you’d put in a hamper that truly represented Brexit.

Britain desperately needs leadership and vision and the post-war, reforming Prime Minister Clement Attlee should be the inspiration.

YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN argues that Britain is part of Europe’s progressive, enlightened and savage history.

Brexit is a career-killer for freelancers, argues reader Jayne Hamilton.

What can Remainers learn from Leavers and their ideas about what Britain post-Brexiter should look like, asks ZOE WILLIAMS.

STEVE ANGLESEY counts down the worst Brexiteers of the week.

The attacks in Cologne on New Year’s Eve two years ago had a profound effect in Germany... as well as the UK, says GAVIN FEARNLEY.

Readers had plenty to say this week about Nigel Farage’s claim he’s “53, separated and skint”.

The big guns – Boris, DD, Farage – all had pleasingly tricky years. But here STEVE ANGLESEY picks out 20 unsung zeroes who brought their side of the argument into even bigger disrepute.

MITCH BENN asks whether the likes of David Davis and Donald Trump have decided that shame is a sign of weakness.

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

Steve Anglesey counts down the worst Brexiteers of the week.

Before the referendum voters were blind to the impact. Would they, asks VERNON BOGDANOR, have voted to leave had they known the hit living standards would take?

With on-going investigations into Russian links to Trumps election campaign, will his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be the first of Trump’s family to be charged. PAUL CONNEW reports.

Nigel Farage will not give up his £73,000 European Union pension despite demanding Britain should not pay billions for a divorce bill.

The New European’s editor-at-large on why his passionately anti-Brexit stance stems from a love of Britain

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

From losing seven attempts at becoming an MP to computer illiteracy - these are the 48 things you should know about the former UKIP leader.

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.

Steve Bannon’s sacking has been cheered by many who saw him at an alt-right puppet master. But could he been even more dangerous outside the White House?

If you locked Fox and Hammond in a room which of the two would you expect to emerge as the other one’s pigskin bag?

Steve Anglesey picks out the worst Brexiteers of the week

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