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Piers Morgan is mistaken, we’re not jealous about his interview with Donald Trump, it’s cozying up with the president which worries us, writes Mitch Benn.

Would a People’s Vote actually be in the interests of Brexiteers as well? Former UKIP official GAWAIN TOWLER on an intriguing school of thought.

STEVE ANGLESEY rounds up the losers and the losers (because there are no winners) of another crazy seven days on Planet Brexit

Theresa May has been told to “take control of the situation” in Northern Ireland amid claims the country is being damaged by “shenanigans” in Westminster.

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator effectively cut down Theresa May's proposals for customs arrangements today, suggesting they were not workable.

Paul Connew looks at whether Donald Trump fatally wounded his presidency after his meeting with Vladimir Putin.

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Michael White takes a look at the chaos derailing the government and the less than helpful visit of Donald Trump.

In another Deconstructed, James Ball looks at how the European Research Group is exploiting the dark arts of the US.

Theresa May’s spineless capitulation to the European Research Group moves us closer to the no-deal exit of Jacob Rees-Mogg’s sepia-tinted dreams.

The New European must continue after Brexit is rejected to provide news about the EU neglected by our mainstream media and, also, to campaign to reform our archaic parliament and voting system.

The prime minister's first visit to the Irish border 755 days after the Brexit referendum is too little too late, Sinn Fein has said.

In some ways Boris Johnson was right, we are trying to polish a turd, writes Peter Roberts.

Tim Walker’s diary focuses on Gina Miller being “outnumbered” on Question Time, the woes of Leave.EU, Chuka Umunna on the idea of a black PM, and John Redwood and Frank Field plotting in a lift

A hardline Tory MP who quit as a ministerial bag-carrier over Brexit today demanded that any of his colleagues who called for a second referendum resign their seat.

Donald Trump’s attacks on CNN and NBC alongside the protests surrounding Stephen Yaxley-Lennon are warning signs for a renewal of fascism, writes Alastair Campbell.

The BBC is failing the people it is meant to serve in the nation’s hour of need, Nick Cohen writes.

Senior BBC editor JAMES STEPHENSON responds to Cohen’s article on behalf of the Corporation.

The Labour peer examines the impact of his party’s internal battle with anti-semitism on its primary job - opposition.

The Department for Transport (DfT) "still has much to do" as it prepares contingency measures for a no deal Brexit, Whitehall's spending watchdog has warned.

Liam Fox has brazenly told EU leaders the "ball is in their court" over the Chequers Brexit plan and threatened of the catastrophic damage a "no-deal" situation could do to their economies.

The Tory failure to stick to a voting pact with a senior opposition MP on maternity leave was not "good enough", Theresa May has said.

Those summer holidays are looming large in everyone’s mind.

Ireland and the EU are very frustrated at the UK government's shifting positions on Brexit, the country's deputy premier has said.

Northern Ireland farmers and businesses who trade over the Irish border are being kept in the dark about how their livelihoods will be affected post-Brexit, according to the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee members.

The prime minister is finally to make her first visit to the Irish border since the Brexit referendum.

Boris Johnson is to make a personal statement to the House of Commons on his resignation as foreign secretary following the weekly session of prime minister's questions, it has been confirmed.

Tory rebel and leading Remainer Anna Soubry has blasted the government in a stinging rebuke at Theresa May’s Brexit shambles.

Tory rebels defeated the government on a key element of the Trade Bill – but Theresa May sneaked over the line on the customs union vote.

Boris Johnson has been accused of not being fit to be an MP as it emerged he broke ministerial rules in taking a new job as a Daily Telegraph columnist.

Labour has accused the government of a trade policy "power grab" as veteran Tory MP Ken Clarke criticised his frontbench for a "scandalous abuse" of Parliament.

Claims a boost in NHS spending could be covered by a ‘Brexit dividend’ have been rubbished by the Office for Budget Responsibility.

Brexit is now being shaped by ministers who have a record of failing and dismissing the young, says TOMMY GALE of Our Future, Our Choice

Theresa May is facing the possibility of another Commons defeat after attempting to bring forward MPs' summer holidays in the middle of the latest Brexit political crisis.

A former Liberal Democrat leader has been forced to apologise after missing a key Brexit vote in the House of Commons.

After the death of Franco and the end of censorship, Spanish cinema entered an erotic film phase which helped shape the modern nation.

Vote Leave has been slapped with a fine and reported to the police over spending breaches during the Brexit referendum.

Today’s cave-in from the prime minister has led to an extraordinary series of blue-on-blue attacks in the House of Commons as Tories on both sides of the debate traded insults.

TIM WALKER on the plays that show nothing ever changes in politics.

Theresa May has bowed to pressure from Tory Brexiteers after accepting crucial changes to her Chequers Brexit plan.

Psychotherapist Emmy van Deurzen on the impact of Brexit on mental health and the launch of an initiative which tries to help those affected

A new round of major EU meetings are taking place this week, but Britain’s new Brexit secretary Doninic Raab will not be attending.

Download the free podcast from the team at The New European to hear our review of the week in politics.

A petition demanding a public vote on the final Brexit deal between the UK and the European Union surpassed 215,000 signatures following a spate of cabinet resignations.

The Doors’ frontman was supposed to go to the French capital to find inspiration, but found only disintegration. Sophia Deboick pieces together his final weeks.

Theresa May faces a make-or-break period as she battles to keep her premiership on track until Parliament’s summer recess.

Another ministerial aide has quit as Theresa May comes under intense pressure from Brexiteers to change her controversial blueprint for leaving the European Union.

No wonder Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is so desperate to go for the kill. But the prospects of an early general election, which Corbyn so eagerly desires, seem remote.

Theresa May is facing a Commons showdown with Tory Brexiteers determined to force her to abandon her controversial blueprint for leaving the European Union.

Grace Campbell discusses how much women have to lose from the UK’s departure from the EU.

The US president criticised Theresa May's Brexit proposals as he gave a press conference in Brussels.

Former education secretary Justine Greening has denounced Theresa May’s Brexit plans as the “worst of both worlds” and has called for a referendum on the final say.

Boris Johnson’s use of the term “the dream is dying” is revealing. Dreams always end when reality intrudes.

The PM defended her revised Brexit plan, agreed by the Cabinet at Chequers, which led to the resignations of David Davis and Boris Johnson.

On its 10th anniversary, James Rodgers looks back on a conflict which could turn out to be one of the 21st century’s great turning points.

DAVID TARBOX is happy to come to your social club to show you his new film. He asks just one thing in return

Thousands of anti-Trump campaigners descended on the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh for a national demonstration against the US president’s visit.

The Russian president has used previous sports tournaments to distract from aggressive actions. Is he doing the same again?

Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson has strolled straight back into his lucrative role as a Daily Telegraph columnist, it was announced today.



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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