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Here is what to expect:
- 1 The biggest scandal may be that no rules were broken
- 2 A chapter is over for Britain, for good or ill
- 3 The deep-seated issues beneath Sofagate
- 4 Russell Kane: Why working class people like Boris Johnson
- 5 What's the appeal behind Line of Duty?
- 6 Welsh government takes Westminster to court over post-Brexit bill
- 7 BBC journalist admits being 'haunted' by fear broadcaster 'built up' Nigel Farage and UKIP
- 8 The only Brexit export boom is from UK businesses rushing to Europe
- 9 Alan Duncan should have spoken out sooner about Boris Johnson
- 10 Boris Johnson proposes saving United Kingdom with 'Project Love' plan
1. Has Sunderland changed its mind on Brexit? Anthony Clavane visits the city which led the charge for Leave
2. Emma Jones reports on the search for truth among the conspiracy theories that have taken hold of the shell-shocked Grenfell community
3. Pippa Musgrave examines where decisions made by cuts may have contributed to the causes of the Grenfell fire
4. Abi Wilkinson: Only now the austerity damage becomes clear
5. The governments of Catalonia and Spain have set themselves on a collision course over the issue of independence, says Jason Walsh
6. Europe's 10 greatest cycle rides
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