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Steve Anglesey

Never mind the football.. let’s celebrate the end of Brexit omerta

Labour’s first steps at moving closer to the EU are welcome, and vital to counter Nigel Farage

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Were you up for Rees-Mogg?

A raft of big-name Brexiteers lost their seats as Labour won a landslide victory

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The nightmare is over

Fourteen years of Conservative disasters come to an end as Keir Starmer prepares to enter No.10

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The big 2024 election quiz

How much do you remember about the campaign? Take our test and find out…

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Why Nigel Farage will become a recruiting sergeant for a new EU referendum

Reform’s plan is to bang on about PR throughout the next parliament. But Britain had a referendum just 13 years ago

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Au revoir, Françoise Hardy

The iconic French singer has died after a long battle against cancer

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Nigel Farage doesn’t want to talk about the disaster of Brexit

Reform’s leader wants to campaign on immigration instead of his pet project’s failure

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Have the Mail papers given up on the election and Brexit?

Instead of the Tory demise, they’re talking Geri Halliwell and Lord Lucan

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Will Britain punish Brexiteer MPs at the election?

Leaving the EU won’t be a campaign issue for the big parties - but voters may think differently

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Brexit’s part in the Co-Op Live fiasco

The new arena is a Great British Failure - just like leaving the EU

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Brexiteers are blaming the EU for wrecking their holidays

The comical hypocrisy of right wing panic over new border schemes

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Could there be a new referendum in 2024?

Sir John Curtice has laid out a convincing case for why Keir Starmer may be drawn into backing one soon

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More than a little local difficulty

A disastrous set of elections leave the Tories facing an existential crisis

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Power, corruption, lies and Brexit

New Order’s Bernard Sumner has nailed the problem with British politics

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The Brexiteers’ retreat to abstract waffle shows they have failed

Leavers used to promise real achievements if we quit the EU - now they deal only in abstract concepts

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Hope, cowardice and the EU’s youth mobility plan

A new offer is profoundly sensible - no wonder Labour and the Tories have rejected it

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The Daily Mail’s fishy tale about Brexit Britain’s exports

Has leaving the EU really led to a long-term trade boom?

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Should we feel sorry for Rishi Sunak?

The prime minister is locked into a political tragedy - but it is one of his own making

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The Brexit battleground to watch is Scotland

The SNP are using a new referendum as a wedge issue in their fight against Labour

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Raving Maddox: A shock transfer for one of Fleet Street’s key Brexiteers

The Independent has signed the Daily Express’s political editor, noted for his entertaining predictions

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Close, but no cigar: The hole at the middle of Labour’s new EU strategy

Keir Starmer believes a defence agreement will open up more possibilities. But how quickly?

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Brexit is bad for bees… and your stomach

The UK has again approved the use of a bee-killing pesticide that is banned in the EU

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Wonka fans were promised magic and wonder but got an empty warehouse. Remind you of anything?

There are remarkable parallels between the flop interactive experience and Brexit

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Liz Truss is back, and her delusion knows no bounds

Sorry continues to be the hardest word as the former PM rounds on the deep state

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As Britain’s bad economic news mounts, all the Brexiteers can cry is, “But what about Germany?”

Sneering at another country with problems of its own making won’t solve our own

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The French have found a good use for Britain’s dead Brexit

PM Attal is using Britain’s struggles as a weapon against Le Pen in his EU election campaign

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‘No regrets’ say the Brexiteers… but here’s a small business that thinks otherwise

While Rees-Mogg and Leadsom celebrate leaving the EU, a deli owner speaks out about the extra cost of red tape

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Monsieur Spade: a dark knight returns

In a bold reinvention, Sam Spade, the hardboiled San Francisco private eye made famous by Bogart, surfaces in 1960s France

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As a new Tory war begins, Kemi Badenoch has let the Brexit cat out of the bag

The row over divergence from EU standards has exposed the myth of “Brexit freedoms”

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The Rwanda rebellion’s collapse shows the Tory party no longer trust Brexiteers

Why else back a prime minister who trails in the last eight polls by an average of 19 points?

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Sadiq Khan shows why Starmer’s Brexit caution is misguided

London's mayor has broken the omerta, and politics is the better for it

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It’s right to be bitter about Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin’s knighthood

The honours system must be changed so it no longer rewards cronyism and lies

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