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Even with the government teetering on the edge over Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn has refused to back a People’s Vote.

JASON SOLOMONS on a new film which explores the malaise of modern France, shorn of idealism and the certainties of the past.

Arch-Brexiteer Nadine Dorries MP has slammed Theresa May’s Brexit plan because it will mean that the UK will be left without influence in Europe.

The Jonestown massacre, 40 years ago this week, ranks as one of humanity’s darkest chapters. Is it best understood as an isolated tragedy, or as 
part of the pattern of the grisly history of the 20th century? IAN WALKER reports

It is a familiar favourite which has resonated through the generations. But, as Ryna Ordynat explains, the complex family background from which Little Women emerged is less well known.

College students in Northern Ireland are staging a mass walkout as part of a campaign’s calling for direct action over Brexit.

Mitch Benn explains why Jeremy Corbyn is no different from any other politician.

A video of Theresa May mocked up as a Deal Or No Deal contestant has gone viral on social media.

Is the president unleashing a fierce anger within us all? Bonnie Greer investigates

A new campaign battlebus has been unveiled to mark a new phase of campaigning that calls for a final say on the Brexit deal.

As a New European reader, you probably reckon you keep a close eye on the continent's news. Test yourself with our quiz...

A former director at Barclays bank, Stephen Barclay, has been promoted to Brexit Secretary from a ministerial role in the Department for Health.

Tim Walker gives five stars to this heartfelt cry for tolerance.

A hike in the charge to immigrants entering the UK is short-sighted to the bigger picture, argues OLIVIA BRIDGE

He’s been standing outside Parliament for months, he’s been appearing in every political interview for days.

The Irish border represents Brexit’s most intractable problem. But, as PADDY HOEY explains, the real issue is not about the technicalities of trade, but the more profound issue of identity it raises.

Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen has told a national newspaper he believes the Tories are hiding the number of letters of no confidence.

Twitter has speculated that Brexiteer Michael Gove could still be plotting... after seeing his choice of breakfast.

Italy’s dire economic situation has reached a critical moment, says PAUL KNOTT. And it presents the EU with a great opportunity.

Maxime Xavier is the painter behind the picture of the prime minister on a lion which went viral

Brexiteer Michael Gove has thrown beleaguered Theresa May a lifeline after deciding that he will remain in her government.

France’s finance minister has launched an attack on the “liars” that tricked voters into thinking leaving the EU would be easy and in their interests.

The battle for equal pay is far from won – and outside the EU it is going to get a lot harder, says CAROLINE CRIADO PEREZ.

A Leave voter has broken down in tears live on the radio after admitted he was wrong to back Brexit.

While we drown in the chaos of our domestic ineptitude, let’s not let the European Union off the hook.

Theresa May faced a call to stand down from a pro-Brexit Tory-voting councillor as she took calls on an LBC radio phone-in.

Andrew Adonis explains why now is not the time to settle or surrender.

Theresa May has vowed to fight on - warning of “consequences” if she is forced out of the job before Brexit.

Steve Anglesey rounds up this week’s top Brexiteers and explains why Theresa May’s endgame is heading for the dustbin of history.

Lord Feldman calls on David Cameron to back Conservative Party Foundation, Alan Miller takes a stab at Arron Banks’ accountants BDO and Daily Mail boss Paul Dacre pins his hopes on the New Year’s honours.

Let’s not forget, peace in Europe is not a natural state. We have to fight for it, says MITCH BENN

Interest in Brexit has increased now there is a draft Brexit plan in place, and people have been taking to the internet to find out what it all means. Here are the UK’s 10 most Googled questions on Brexit.

Alastair Campbell on how the public can still stop Brexit - even if it is without the support of Jeremy Corbyn.

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

Theresa May loyalist Rory Stewart has said that hard Brexiteers are “not being honest” before inventing a made up statistic.

Outspoken Brexiteer and Tory MP Andrew Bridgen continues to embarrass himself on the topic of Brexit.

The House of Commons fell silent as Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg threatened Theresa May with a letter of no confidence in the prime minister over her draft Brexit proposal.

ZOE WILLIAMS​ on a series of Brexit impact reports for five different locations, which lay bare some simple, damning truths and no easy answers.

An MP has perfectly illustrated just how little support there is for Theresa May’s deal in the Houses of Common by asking Tories to put their hands in the air if they support it.

The prime minister is facing the biggest crisis of her premiership as several minsters walked out over the Brexit deal.

Work and Pensions secretary Esther McVey has quit government, saying the Brexit deal “does not honour the result of the referendum”.

Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has sensationally quit government saying he can’t back the deal he helped create.

Michael White on a week which brought both a people’s vote and a no-deal Brexit closer.

Theresa May was dealt a blow this morning as a junior minister no-one had ever heard of quit a job no-one knew he had in the first place in protest at her Brexit deal.

The BBC ended up in a game of “cat and mouse” as it attempted to block an anti-Brexit campaigner out of shot throughout a television news interview.

Cabinet might have approved the Brexit deal, but will their support last? JAMES BALL looks at the challenges Theresa May faces.

So what now? What is the next hurdle for the prime minister to clear?

We still don’t know much about Theresa May’s mammoth cabinet meeting as she begged her ministers not to ditch the Brexit deal.

After a marathon five-hour crunch meeting Theresa May’s cabinet has backed her Brexit deal.

The International Monetary Fund has warned Theresa May the UK economy will suffer a brutal hit if the country crashes out of Europe.

Opposition leaders at Westminster have written to prime minister Theresa May demanding that she make a statement to MPs about any Brexit deal agreed by Cabinet.

With Theresa May teetering on the edge, Jeremy Corbyn was handed the perfect opportunity to underline her weaknesses in the House of Commons.

An MEP has been applauded both in the European Parliament and on social media for exposing Nigel Farage’s hypocrisy over Brexit - and for doing what many British politicians have failed to do.

Theresa May’s Brexit deal makes headlines on Wednesday’s papers after Downing Street announced it had agreed terms with the European Union.

Former Conservative party leader Lord Hague has warned Brexiteers that if Theresa May’s deal does not get the support of the Commons that it may lead to no Brexit at all.

The leaders of Westminster’s opposition parties have joined forces to urge Theresa May to allow amendments to the government’s “meaningful vote” on Brexit - which could lead to a People’s Vote.

Tony Blair has hit out at Jeremy Corbyn’s “abject refusal” to lead the UK “out of the Brexit nightmare”.

The customs expert who wrote a report for the European Parliament on the solution to the Irish border post-Brexit did not actually visit it.

Boris Johnson has finally admitted that we were able to make our own laws while the UK was in the European Union, in a badly thought through criticism of Theresa May’s Brexit plan.

Leading Brexiteers have launched ferocious attacks on Theresa May's reported Brexit deal, accusing her of "a betrayal of the Union" and calling for a Cabinet mutiny.


Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of a series of important votes this year. Here is a list of the events organised across Britain in the coming weeks and months.


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