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The film, which turns 50 this year, seems like the classic Brexit movie. But, says ROGER DOMENEGHETTI, there is another way of viewing it.

MITCH BENN takes a look at the end of an eight year era as Game of Thrones comes to an end and explores how the ending for our own story has not been written.

Forty years ago this month, the Rocketman began a tour of the USSR. Both the country and his career were ailing. Only one would survive. RICHARD LUCK reports on a remarkable chapter in musical history.

MPs and MSPs are calling on the Electoral Commission to investigate the denial of voting rights reported by numerous EU citizens voting in the UK during the EU elections.

In this week's Rachel Johnson's Diary she talks about running as in the European elections as a member of Change UK and the rise of the party.

STEVE RICHARDS delivers the political obituary for a calamitous premiership, the die consequences of which are yet to be fully felt.

In a week where Nigel Farage was splattered with milkshake and even held hostage on a bus from the milkshake men, Steve Anglesey looks past the jokes to the bigger issue.

The apparent suicide of a guest on The Jeremy Kyle Show means reality television will never be the same again, says tabloid TV reviewer KEVIN O'SULLIVAN, who has chronicled the exploitative genre since it arrived 20 years ago.

Today editor Sarah Sands repays debt to former Telegraph chief, Nigel Farage all powerful as boss of the Brexit Party Ltd, BJ4PM won't end well and will it be July 15 when Theresa May finally goes?

A Brexit Party EU election candidate listed a French address on election materials and would not say if he'd move to his MEP region in the European elections.

David Cameron has sympathised with Theresa May about the "difficult and painful" decision to stand down as prime minister.

The EU has warned that the UK faces the same Brexit deal questions as ever, regardless of who is prime minister.

BONNIE GREER discuses how Boris and Farage have come to stand above their parties and become Lords of chaos.

We gathered the best Twitter reaction after Theresa May's announcement that she will stand down within days.

Theresa May has announced that she will end her premiership within days, after intense pressure from MPs and ministers.

In JAMES BALL'S Deconstructed he discusses how politics must stop the Brexit Party not allegations of wrongdoings.

Manufacturing workers' wages are being deferred and frozen as Brexit uncertainty is set to continue until the autumn, a study suggests.

Editor-at-large ALASTAIR CAMPBELL shows how the BBC has lost its confidence in the face of Farage.

MICHAEL WHITE discusses how Brexit attitudes can be challenged but conclusions cannot be escaped.

Kate Hoey has continued to defend the Brexit Party's decision to ban Channel 4 News from its events, even after the party and the broadcaster settled their differences.

Jean-Claude Juncker has claimed that the government is facing another Brexit delay as it focuses on removing Theresa May rather than getting a deal passed.

British Steel has gone into liquidation, threatening thousands of jobs, with owners blaming "Brexit-related issues". But what were its Brexit issues and what part did they play?

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

EU citizens have reported that they are being turned away from polling stations as they attempt to vote in the European Elections.

A judge is set to decide on whether or not Boris Johnson will be summonsed to court to face accusations of misconduct in public office over claims he was lying when he said the UK gave the EU £350 million a week.

Swiss watchmakers Swatch have released a Brexit-themed timepiece where you get to choose the date we leave the EU.

Theresa May has pulled her key Brexit legislation from the House of Commons schedule, amid speculation over the prime minister's future.

TIM WALKER interviews Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, as he tries to remain loyal to Labour's line on Brexit despite the damage it is causing him politically

ANDREW ADONIS urges Remainers to keep faith for a second referendum as the Tory party is on the brink of leader elections.

CALDER WALTON on how Brexit could spell the end of Britain's advantage in espionage.

The UK's bottom-placed Eurovision Song Contest entry has had its score lowered by five points after organisers made an error while calculating the totals.

ANDREA VENZON argues the mainstream anti-Brexit parties have been too timid in their European election manifestos.

Theresa May's fate as prime minister looks set to be sealed on Friday when she meets the Tory grandee who speaks for Conservative backbenchers.

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

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are expected to face a drubbing as Britain heads to the polls for the European elections.

Brexiteer Andrea Leadsom has resigned, saying in a letter to Theresa May "I no longer believe that our approach will deliver on the referendum result".

Heidi Allen has said she offered to quit as Change UK leader over whether or not the party should back the Liberal Democrats outside London and the South East.

CHARLIE CONNELLY takes an in-depth look at the life of late-Romantic composer Gustav Mahler.

A European Parliament committee is to investigate a complaint about Nigel Farage for allegedly failing to declare payments made to him by Arron Banks, a parliament source has confirmed.

The Liberal Democrats have confirmed that every Liberal Democrat MEP elected in the European elections will be another vote in favour of tripling the budget for Erasmus+, the EU student exchange programme.

LUNA WILLIAMS argues that the government's hostile environment policies are compromising NHS ethics - and it looks to only get worse if Brexit happens.

SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has told Theresa May her "time is up".

The London Evening Standard - edited by former Tory chancellor George Osborne - has backed the Liberal Democrats in the European elections.

Iain Duncan-Smith has already tried to write off the performance of Remain parties at the EU elections before the votes have even been cast.

Remain campaigner Femi Oluwole had water and abuse hurled at him outside a Brexit rally in scenes that even hard Brexiteer Isabel Oakeshott couldn't stomach.

These days we hear the word like, meaning 'similar to', quite a lot. In fact, in the speech of many younger people today it seems to occur, like, all the time. But it is a word with an extraordinarily interesting and complex history, and one which is not completely understood.

Vince Cable made a striking point in today's one-on-one debate with Nigel Farage when quizzed about his MEPs' plans in Europe.

The Green Party is within 1% of topping Labour in the latest European election opinion polls - as the Lib Dems continue to surge into second place.

What might happen in the European elections and at what time? Here's a guide to when the results are expected to unfold.

A Conservative Brexiteer has been accused of being a liar and a traitor by a Brexit-supporting member of the public as he gave a television interview.

CHARLIE CONNELLY finds a true sense of patriotism in a collection of poems that tries to wrest that word back from nationalists.

Theresa May has outlined a new Brexit deal, which includes votes on the UK's customs relationship with the EU and on whether or not to have a second referendum on the deal.

Cabinet minister Amber Rudd has made a bizarre analogy by comparing keeping no-deal on the table to wearing a seatbelt.

The New European's mailbag has been full of letters about Nigel Farage's remarks on the campaign trail. The most worrying of all were about George Soros.

Nigel Farage has said he is 'concerned' about the level of 'hatred' in politics following the EU referendum.

Nigel Farage has criticised the Electoral Commission for investigating his party's fundraising techniques - and claimed staff at Channel 4 News are "political activists".

TIM WALKER reviews Arthur Miller's best-known play Death of a Salesman.

A clear and unambiguous pro-Remain position from Labour would give the party a resounding 27% lead over the Conservatives, an 8% lead over the Brexit Party and a 14% increase in their overall vote, new research has revealed.

The Brexit Party has banned Channel 4 News from its events for six weeks, according to the broadcaster.

Leave.EU tweeted a mocked-up video portraying Nigel Farage and cronies throwing beer over politicians, days before condemning protesters for throwing milkshakes over him.

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