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More than a thousand people are expected to congregate in Leeds for the launch of the People's Vote North campaign this weekend to declare that the region's voice is heard in Westminster.

The results of the third ballot of Tory MPs for the next prime minister have been announced with Rory Stewart eliminated.

Labour MPs in Leave seats have warned Jeremy Corbyn that backing a People's Vote would be "toxic" to the bedrock of the party's supporters.

Labour Party chairman Ian Lavery has once again claimed that criticism of the leadership's move towards a People's Vote had not been written by him for a second time in a month.

Nigel Farage has laid out his proposal for a Brexit Party coalition with the Conservatives that could see him in government by the autumn and crash the UK out of the EU with no deal.

An international moving firm has said it has "never seen so many people leave because of the political climate" after learning that half of their customers leaving the UK in the past two years did so because of Brexit.

SNP's Westminster leader Ian Blackford has launched an attack on Boris Johnson during Prime Minister's Questions, causing a storm in the House of Commons as he branded him a "racist" and "not fit for office".

Boris Johnson's comments about Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe "enabled a propaganda campaign" against the imprisoned British-Iranian national, her husband has said.

The war of words between hard Brexiteer Mark Francois and campaigner Steve Bray went from the bizarre to the threatening after Francois told Bray: "We're signing your death warrant."

Despite never making it into Downing Street, Tory party members believe that William Hague and Iain Duncan-Smith were both some of the best leaders of their party since the war.

Longtime panellist on Have I Got News For You (HIGNFY) Ian Hislop was asked if the show had provided too much of a platform for Boris Johnson - and gave a characteristically forthright answer.

A former Northern Ireland secretary who is backing Boris Johnson couldn't answer how the Tory favourite was going to deliver Brexit by the end of October, despite being asked seven times.

Ruth Davidson is appealing for Tory party members to put preserving the United Kingdom above their wishes on Brexit.

Jeremy Corbyn looks set to finally move closer to a People's Vote after caving into pressure from his own frontbenchers - but he is likely to fall short of Tom Watson's call to be decisively Remain.

As the Tory leadership contestants bickered, social media watched on with bemusement. Here are five things they discussed during the debate.

Informal polls are placing Rory Stewart in an early lead as debate winner in the immediate aftermath of the BBC Our Next PM Tory leadership debate - but Stewart called himself "lacklustre".

Boris Johnson was made deeply uncomfortable during the BBC Tory leadership debate, when Johnson was asked about the consequences of his words by an imam concerned about islamophobia.

The results of the second ballot of Tory MPs for the next prime minister have been announced with former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab eliminated with just 30 votes.

National sporting heroes John Barnes and Steve Cram will join high-profile Remain-supporting MPs at the first in a new wave of People's Vote rallies saying 'let us be heard'.

When a judge overturned a summons for Boris Johnson to explain his mistruths during the EU referendum in court, campaigners said he had been given a 'green light to lie'.

A pollster has taken apart the notion that Labour's voters are mostly working-class Leavers in a Twitter thread after it became a talking point on television and social media.

Tory leadership contestant Rory Stewart has suggested solving Brexit with a citizens' assembly, but what might it entail? CONOR FARRINGTON says, with the absence of political leadership, there needs to be a creative solution.

The Electoral Commission has told the Brexit Party to review every single donation received as part of a massive overhaul needed in its payment processing.

Police investigating allegations of electoral fraud following the Peterborough by-election have found that no offences were committed in three of the instances.

A former US president has said that Brexit will involve 'consigning one of the greatest nations in human history to a smaller role'.

A protester who threw a Five Guys milkshake over Nigel Farage has been ordered to pay the Brexit Party politician £350 for the "politically motivated" assault.

Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay has written to Michel Barnier asking him to look again at proposals to ringfence citizens' rights regardless of how the UK leaves the EU.

A former culture secretary and Tory Brexiteer MP has claimed he has reported a number of BBC television presenters to the corporation over their social media for showing a 'bias' against Brexit.

A poll of Conservative Party members believe trashing the economy, the United Kingdom and their party is a price worth paying for Brexit - but not if it means Jeremy Corbyn gets into power.

Jo Swinson has said if she was leader of the Liberal Democrats the party would work with other parties and put up joint candidates that support a second referendum.

A man who threw a milkshake at Nigel Farage during a city centre walkabout is due to appear in court facing charges of common assault and criminal damage.

The Brexit Party has rallied behind an unlikely candidate in the Tory party leadership contest in the form of centrist Rory Stewart.

How a slice of cake led to an important cultural realisation.

Conservative leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt has gone into a flurry of backtracking after saying he "150%" agrees with the "sentiment" of a racist Katie Hopkins tweet that was retweeted by the US president.

Frontrunning candidate in the Tory leadership race Boris Johnson has continued to evade scrutiny by snubbing journalists at a Westminster hustings.

The Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has made an impassioned case for the European Union as the natural home of Labour values and democratic socialism.

Remembering the world's oldest mountain guide.

There we have it: 'When you're dealing in trade,' declared Donald Trump gleefully on his state visit, 'everything's on the table, so NHS or anything else or a lot more than that but everything will be on the table, absolutely.'

ALAN HAUSER says an electoral alliance is a price worth paying to stop Nigel Farage.

There is one Brexit story that should have had headlines for weeks - but has been completely overlooked because of the Tory leadership contest. GERAINT TALFAN DAVIES explains more.

Why we have the Ancient Greeks to thank for almost all our misfortunes.

Theresa May is reportedly planning to join the fight against a no-deal Brexit, as it has been claimed she is backing Rory Stewart in the leadership race.

An audience member has been spotted mouthing 'Bollocks to Brexit' during the Channel 4 Conservative leadership debate.

The man famed for telling Remainers 'you lost, get over it!' is still complaining about the result of the Peterborough by-election.

Noel Gallagher has told Remainers to 'move to North Korea' if they do not agree with Brexit - despite admitting he believed it was a 'nonsensical' idea at the time of the vote.

In the first televised debate of the campaign, the five candidates taking part taunted Boris Johnson for failing to turn up.

Labour deputy leader Tom Watson is to deliver a speech which will be seen as a renewed push for the party to wholeheartedly back a second EU referendum.

A news interview with Boris Johnson from 2013 has resurfaced in which the interviewer puts it to him: 'You're a nasty piece of work, aren't you?'

Roger Domeneghetti looks back on a controversial movie that questioned Britain's self-assured complacency and imagined a Nazi ascendency here.

Jeremy Hunt has claimed it is still possible to negotiate a new deal with the European Union that would solve the issue of the Irish border backstop.

SOPHIA DEBOICK on a year in which music was helping to forge state identities on both sides of the Atlantic.

Rory Stewart called out Tory favourite Boris Johnson for not answering "brutal questions" of how he plans to deliver Brexit.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband has admitted he 'resented' Boris Johnson's handling of her case during his tenure as foreign secretary.

Tory leadership hopeful Dominc Raab has warned the party could be in trouble in the next election if it fails to deliver Brexit by the October 31 deadline.

Nigel Farage has warned Brexiteers he predicts Boris Johnson will, at best, only be able to deliver a 'rehash' of Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement if he makes it into Number 10.

The sister of Jo Cox said the calls for 'calmer, kinder politics' following the assassination of the Labour MP has been 'forgotten'.

The idea that a new Conservative prime minister could suspend parliament to allow for a no-deal Brexit has been labelled as "scandalous" by a senior Labour MP.

As a new blockbuster exhibition opens at the British Museum, FLORENCE HALLETT explores manga's global appeal.

Looking back at the astonishing career of a man who took US embroilment in the rest of the Americas to extraordinary lengths.

Outsted Mail chief Paul Dacre and May's former chief of staff tipped for honours; Michael Gove talks on D-Day of his sacrifice; and how Steve Baker can live in the lap of luxury in the heart of Westminster.

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