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Nigel Farage has claimed that he could deliver a trade deal for the UK... but because the government will not talk to him he’s not prepared to write it.

We don’t believe it! Richard Wilson has returned to our screens in a new comedy sketch that lends support for a People’s Vote.

Sir Keir Starmer has slapped down shadow chancellor John McDonnell – insisting that a People’s Vote with an option to Remain is still on the table.

​He lived the archetypal life of a poet – intense, eventful and tragic. Yet Friedrich Hölderlin remains an obscure figure outside Germany. A newly-translated work, outlining a momentous existence, could change all that, says CHARLIE CONNELLY

A right-wing think tank has claimed that the European Union has “used time against us” in what is the latest bizarre excuse from Brexiteers.

Moderate MPs are using conference to send a defiant message to the hard-left of Labour: “We are going to stay and fight for our party.”

Brexit documents have laid bare the grisly prospect of no deal, with the likelihood of chaos at ports, disruption to food supplies and increased business costs, the government has been warned.

French pop provided the pioneers, as protest music also took voice. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has claimed that a People’s Vote from Labour might not include an option to Remain.

Former England star Peter Reid has made a scathing attack on Tory Brexiteers, labelling them "absolute dopes" and calling for a People's Vote on a final deal.

There is growing anger among Remainers at Labour conference after the party’s latest Brexit fudge.

Critics of a People’s Vote are looking at it the wrong way around, says Matt Qvortrup, a man described by the BBC as ‘the world’s leading authority on referendums’

Union baron Len McCluskey has bizarrely claimed that any second referendum should not include an option to stay in the EU.

The next time you’re branded a “Remoaner” by a Brexiteer on the attack this is the perfect musical retort.

Comparing the careers of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford with those of later generations of female stars shows how cinema is changing, says Bonnie Greer.

Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed he will back a second referendum if Labour conference votes in favour.

Germans are done mourning Brexit Britain. They just want to move on – and that is bad news for the UK.

Under slate-grey Lancashire skies the Brexiteers came.

Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has blocked two anti-Brexit groups on Twitter after a photograph emerged of him with a campaigner wearing a sign saying “he has no idea what he’s doing.”

Times up for Nigel Farage as he’s banned from his local boozer, while the Brextremists fail to come up with a credible plan, and Gina Miller pursues Jacob Rees-Mogg.

Seventy-five years after it was made (and 74 years after it was banned) one of cinema’s most controversial films has been re-released. ​JAMES OLIVER explains what all the fuss is about

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has today dismissed calls for a People's Vote and vowed that a Labour government would press ahead with Brexit.

Finding fault with iPhones because they are too big for women’s hands is not a ‘first world problem’, says CAROLINE CRIADO PEREZ. It is a symptom of a tech industry that is failing women.

With democracy and the rule of law on the back foot, could the region be returning to its darker days? Will Worley reports from Guatemala, one of the countries tipping towards crisis.

To see the country though the Brexit impasse politicians must put country before party and establish a government of national unity, says Jonathan Chaplin.

Theresa May has been warned Britain is "staring down the barrel of no deal" after issuing a Brexit challenge to the EU described as "pathetic, painful and petulant".

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

The tale of what binds together Sunderland’s communities is my story.

Theresa May has used a speech to issue “empty threats” to the European Union following the summit in Salzburg – but it was delayed due to a lack of power in Downing Street.

While some might think that such ardent Brexiteers would prefer the withdrawal method, but at the UKIP conference this year they are keen to promote the use of protection.

In part one of our exclusive extracts from his latest diaries, ALASTAIR CAMPBELL gives the inside story on the final days of the last Labour government and what led to a defeat from which the party has yet to recover.

When the Sun’s political editor pondered how Theresa May could have got it so wrong at the Salzburg summit he probably wasn’t banking on a former British diplomat joining the conversation.

Putin is not as powerfulas he pretends, says prominent critic OLIVIER VEDRINE. And there is a way to get him...

Brexit barman Tim Martin has warned the cost of food and drinks in his Wetherspoon pubs is set to spiral - despite his claims prices would not rise on the back of leaving the EU.

Anti-Western philosopher Aleksandr Dugin is said to hold sway over Vladimir Putin. But it is not just the Russian president who is in thrall to him. PAUL KNOTT reports

Mitch Benn on the danger of creeping optimism and the power of Scotland.

Emmanuel Macron has launched an extraordinary attack on prominent Brexiteers, branding those in charge of the Leave campaign “liars”.

Alastair Campbell clashed with Jacob Rees-Mogg during a heated television debate, in which he accused the Brexiteer of peddling “false promises”.

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

EU leaders have called the prime minister’s bluff, slammed her post-Brexit plan for trade with the EU and refused to rule out a no-deal scenario.

JAMES BALL says the real reason we’ve made so little progress on Brexit is clear: the hardliners central to the process have made very little effort to understand it.

European Council president Donald Tusk has used Instagram to troll Theresa May on her Chequers plan.

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.

Steve Anglesey explores the irony of Liam Fox’s plans for a post-Brexit Spitfire flight.

ANDREW ADONIS on our Brexit sovereignty in action, and our moral withdrawal from Europe.

Campaigners calling for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal will be protesting outside Conservative party conference in Birmingham.

Theresa May has claimed a fresh referendum on the UK leaving the European Union would “destroy trust in politicians” - and everybody hit back with the same observation.

A Treasury minister has suggested there is a possibility of a second EU referendum if Theresa May's Chequers proposals are rejected by the House of Commons.

Absurd as it may sound, could Theresa May be the one to keep Britain in the EU? Guto Harri, former aide to Boris Johnson, says there could be a way

Michael Gove’s department has been forced to delete a video promoting UK farming after Brexit – because it featured stock images of farms from EU countries.

Micheal Heseltine has said Boris Johnson waits to see which way the crowd is running before jumping to the front and yelling “follow me”.

The man who wrote Article 50 has thrown his support behind a People’s Vote and warned: “A political, economic and constitutional crisis is gathering.”

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable failed to perform under pressure during his keynote conference speech stumbling over the key phrase.

A recent Radio Five Live Brexit debate featured the usual slogans – ‘will of the people’, ‘EU superstate’, ‘Project Fear’ – but the most startling statement came from one of the pro-Leave participants regarding a People’s Vote.

Richard Holledge​ on a new exhibition at the British Museum which takes in thousands of years of defiance.

Work and pensions secretary Esther McVey had to be corrected at a cabinet meeting after arguing talks over parts of Britain's EU withdrawal agreement should be concluded once it had actually left, it has been claimed.

A no-deal Brexit will make it harder for police to protect UK citizens as forces fall back on "slower, more bureaucratic" systems, one of the country's most senior officers has warned.

A no-deal Brexit would cost car manufacturer Honda tens of millions of pounds, the company's European boss has warned.

Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt has been accused of having "more faces than a town clock" after executing a screeching U-turn on the effects of a no-deal Brexit.

Outspoken Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen was left silenced by a radio host in a cringe-inducing interview about the Irish border.



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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