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Arch Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has declared support for Theresa May’s Brexit deal - saying he believes that the prime minister’s deal is a better option for the UK than staying in the EU.

PETER TRUDGILL on how some unlikely connections between European languages emerged after 2,000 years

Sir Keir Starmer said he would campaign for remaining in the United Kingdom in any potential second referendum and that the extension of Article 50 was inevitable.

A cabinet minister has claimed parliament ‘sub-contracted’ out parliamentary sovereignty to the people as part of the Brexit process and they “cannot take it back” despite the deadlock over Theresa May’s deal.

A senior Labour backbencher called for a second referendum and warned the Labour party could split over Jeremy Corbyn’s “hedging” over Brexit.

You can’t discuss Richard Nixon without mentioning his downfall. But on the 50th anniversary of his inauguration, IAN WALKER considers his other legacy, as the man who fired the first shots of America’s culture wars.

Our diary reveals how Brexit is proving good for Jacob Rees-Mogg’s businesses, the bill for Theresa May’s charm offensive ahead of the vote on her deal... and why Fiona Bruce is the lady for David Cameron.

Sir John Major has called for MPs to be given a free vote on the way forward on Brexit to break the deadlock in parliament and to truly represent their constituents.

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has said that the Labour Party must keep its commitment to offering a People’s Vote.

Cowardice and appeasement in the face of thuggery is always deplorable but there’s a specific reason it’s a bad idea in this instance, says MITCH BENN

Boris Johnson has denied that he contributed to the hysteria about Turkey during the EU referendum campaign - despite evidence to the contrary.

The fall-out between the two titans of Scottish independence could have far-reaching consequences, says Maurice Smith

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

Jeremy Corbyn has been targeted in his own back yard by a campaign urging him to back a second referendum to avoid colluding with Theresa May.

Brexiteer Nigel Farage might have campaigned to leave the EU - but it seems he cannot stay away.

One of France’s leading newspapers has told its readers that Britain’s chaotic EU exit could see it run out of loo rolls.

Arch Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg is to follow in the footsteps of former UKIP Nigel Farage by gaining his own radio show.

STEVE ANGLESEY’s Brex Factor on Wetherspoon’s boss Tim Martin

Brexiteer broadcaster Liz Kershaw has branded the loss of Philips from East Anglia as “great news” for Brexit on breakfast television.

Britain has been urged to stay in the European Union by Angela Merkel’s likely successor and a string of high-profile Germans.

The director of the UK in a Changing Europe has been praised by pro-EU viewers for providing some clarity on Question Time.

Brexit will do nothing for the overlooked parts of the UK, says JOHN KAMPFNER. Instead, it will hurt them the most.

Jeremy Corbyn has attacked the prime minister’s offer of cross-party talks in front of 200 applauding activists in Hastings.

Mitch Benn provides a handy guide on how to tackle the most common arguments supporting Brexit.

Comments made by Philip Hammond that a no-deal Brexit could be “taken off the table” have been called “treacherous” by a Brexiteer MP.

TIM WALKER on the play that Jeremy Corbyn should watch.

While the public still cannot agree on the real reasons behind Brexit - whether it was David Cameron, austerity, or a distrust of politicians - few so far have blamed the Great British Bake Off.

“As of now, power resides not in No.10 but in the House of Commons. And it is precisely because power now lies in a leaderless body of 650 MPs, incapable of forging and agreeing a new Brexit, that I am so confident Brexit will be terminated.”

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

“Brexit was a demand for change in people’s lives that Brexit will make hard, if not impossible.”

A snap poll conducted in the wake of the crushing defeat of Theresa May’s Brexit plan found the largest lead for Remain since the 2016 referendum.

Chancellor Philip Hammond has told business leaders that a no deal Brexit could be “taken off the table” and Article 50 “rescinded”, according to a transcript of a leaked conference call.

Following Theresa May’s defeat in the House of Commons over her Brexit deal we asked readers for their suggestions for a music playlist for the prime minister.

“They made a godawful mess, a mess of which only a handful seem to understand even the most basic of elements.”

Polling has found that nine in ten Conservative seats back a People’s Vote to break the deadlock in parliament.

MPs have rejected Labour’s motion of no confidence in Theresa May’s government by 325 votes to 306 - a majority of 19.

Arch Brexiteer Nigel Farage was accused of being “elitist” after it emerged he had travelled to Strasbourg from London on his own private jet.

The British public knew exactly what they were voting for, the Brexiteers tell us - but last night’s most-searched questions on Google suggest otherwise.

Jeremy Corbyn appears to be ignoring the wishes of his own party’s conference motion by proposing to push ahead with his own version of Brexit if he loses the tabled vote of no confidence motion.

#83: Lola Montez, dancer and adventuress. February 17, 1821 - January 17, 1861

Giant posters featuring quotes from prominent Brexit politicians have been pasted onto billboards around Dover.

Former prime minister David Cameron has said that parliament “needs to try to deliver Brexit.”

The Labour leader had the chance to make the PM squirm after last night’s vote defeat - but chose to play his greatest hits instead.

MICHAEL WHITE says the most likely next steps will involve an extension of Article 50.

Labour politicians have broken rank to declare support for a fresh EU referendum - calling for Jeremy Corbyn to support a People’s Vote.

MATT KELLY says that the country is facing an emergency - and the captain has lost the plot. Who will step up and state the obvious on Brexit?

If you have been tuning into the rolling news you may have heard the sound of bells ringing throughout the broadcasts from London’s College Green.

The bright yellow “Bollocks to Brexit” bus made a re-appearance on the news ahead of Theresa May’s historic defeat in the House of Commons.

As the EU warns that “time is almost up” the European Council president Donald Tusk said that no Brexit now looked like the only option.

Theresa May is battling on two fronts as the prime minister fights to retain her grip on power while attempting to find a Brexit compromise that could command majority support in the Commons.

MPs voted by 432 votes to 202 to reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal, but how did your MP vote?

MPs have voted to reject Theresa May’s Brexit plan by a majority of 230 - sparking the greatest defeat of a government since the 1920s.

College Green was a cacophony of noise and a sea of colour as banner-waving protesters went head-to-head ahead of the House of Commons vote.

Tory former attorney general Dominic Grieve said it filled him with “gloom to see that the government had got to such a pass it had to rely on the advocacy skills of a criminal defence advocate to get it out of its difficulties.”

A Brexiteer has suggested to the prime minister that she closes down parliament until March 29th passes.

A fifth-tier football club has made a bizarre public demand for MPs to vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal tonight and prepare for a no-deal exit.

A breakfast television host told Jacob Rees-Mogg that it was the “fault of Brexiteers” that there was stalemate with the Brexit process.

Tim Walker finds Pinter’s Party Time and Celebration to be an unexpected pleasure.

Polling by Hope Not Hate and Best for Britain has found that 60% of the public back a fresh referendum if MPs are unable to decide on Brexit.

A new song stakes a claim to be the first rock ‘n’ roll single, while music elsewhere plays catch-up. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports

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Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of the meaningful vote. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.

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