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Readers respond to an article suggesting a citizens' assemblies could help pave the way to rejoining the European Union.
Readers have their say on our special edition of The New European asking what's next for the pro-European movement.
Rich Tory donors buy Cypriot citizenship to retain EU links, Amber Rudd sets up her own company - and why won't Sir Keir Starmer talk to me?
MITCH BENN says that immigration is not the drain on the NHS that some claim it to be - but, in fact, a vital part of it.
Reginald Koettlitz was one of the heroes of polar exploration, yet found himself shunned and written out the story of his greatest exploits. GUS JONES explains why.
The messaging app has become a key tool of political campaigning, giving great power to those behind the scenes. ALIAKSANDR HERASIMENKA and ANASTASIA KAVADA report.
After a recent trip to Dublin, BONNIE GREER reflects on what lessons Ireland can give post-Brexit Britain.
The EU's head-in-sand approach to keeping the Iran deal afloat has highlighted the organisation's weaknesses, says JAMES BALL.
The anti-government protests which have erupted in Iran have deflected attention from the US president's missteps, says former diplomat PAUL KNOTT.
Youth activist AMANDA CHETWYND-COWIESON gives her view on what happens next to the Remain movement.
Will former Remain campaigners now switch their attention to climate change activism? Green Party MEP CATHERINE ROWETT thinks not.
MICHAEL WHITE on the quiet passing of the Brexit bill and noisy return of reality.
ALASTAIR CAMPBELL is among those dumbstruck by Sam Mendes' cinematic masterpiece 1917. And in it he finds a key message for those seeking to lead the Labour Party.
Will a new leader bring an end to the party's anti-Semitism crisis? Former member ADAM LANGLEBEN fears the issue is too deeply-rooted for that to happen without tough action.
There may be months left for the race to run, but Labour historian FRANCIS BECKETT explains why he has the confidence to call the result of the party leadership already.
ANDREW ADONIS on why the Irish Taoiseach will make the most from the Brexit crisis.
The German city has had a long association with elegance and fashion, and a more recent one with ground-breaking music. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports.
The great European astronomer Caroline Herschel discovered more than eight comets. CHARLIE CONNELLY adds to her star-borne legacy
The anti-Brexit cause might seem entirely lost. But history provides many examples of unlikely comebacks. RICHARD LUCK picks out 10 of the most memorable, to serve as inspiration.
AC GRAYLING established himself as a leading thinker of the Remain campaign. He argues that the cause is not lost and that it is well worth continuing the fight.
John Heartfield pioneered the use of art as a weapon of politics. JAMES BROWN reports on a new show which underlines how relevant his work remains
How will Iran's Middle East network react to the killing of their creator, asks Vladimir Rauta?
Leading second Brexit referendum campaigner and MP PETER KYLE on why he's backing Ian Murray for deputy leader of the Labour Party.
Leading grassroots campaigner MIKE GALSWORTHY dissects what went wrong - and right - and why we must get organised to help with the next campaigning efforts.
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