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Boris Johnson has baffled people with his incoherent answer to the media on what he does to relax.

Iain Duncan Smith, who was ousted from the job of Tory party leadership because he wasn't deemed an election winner, has been appointed Boris Johnson's campaign chairman.

Labour's shadow cabinet has once again ducked a formal endorsement of a People's Vote, despite campaigners claiming the party will suffer a 40% loss in vote share if it doesn't.

David Cameron, fresh from relaxing with celebrities and royals, ran away from the self-styled "Mr Stop Brexit" protester Steve Bray outside the Houses of Parliament.

More than 250 jobs are being axed at a British firm around a year after the business lost the contract to print the new post-Brexit blue passports.

A new billboard campaign highlights how just 0.3% of the nation will get to decide Britain's next prime minister.

A fuming Jess Phillips has accused Tory MPs of "moving back the dial" on responding to potential domestic abuse situations, after they downplayed the recent incident in which police were called to Boris Johnson's home.

Potential prime minister Boris Johnson was accused of staging shots of him and his girlfriend Carrie Symonds in a cynical attempt to quash rumours that their relationship is struggling.

A Boris Johnson supporter and Tory MP has been accused of not 'believing facts' when it comes to his Brexit plan.

A former UKIP MEP, who supports Boris Johnson in the Tory leadership race, has tweeted that a black MP's 'ranting' shows why "prejudice against black people exists".

Boris Johnson has claimed his secret weapon for solving the Brexit impasse is 'positive energy'.

Boris Johnson has had an awkward time avoiding questions on how a romantic photograph of himself and partner Carrie Symonds appeared in sympathetic media outlets days after police were called to their home.

The creator of ITV drama Victoria says that programmes like Dad's Army have been responsible for romanticising the war and making people pro-Brexit.

Former prime minister Gordon Brown says that Brexit and rising nationalism means that we are now 'in a battle for the very existence of Britain'.

Campaigner LAUREN PEMBERTON-NELSON says three years on since the EU referendum things are getting worse, not better. Especially for ethnic minorities and those in the LGBT+ community.

Morrissey has spoken in praise of Nigel Farage in a wide-ranging interview where he claimed "everyone ultimately prefers their own race".

A top Conservative donor has said that the public should be given a final say on Brexit, saying "perhaps we made a mistake, and a big one".

'On the surface, this is an incredibly stylish piece of theatre'. TIM WALKER gives four stars to the Chichester Festival's Plenty.

Nigel Farage has said that he believes the neighbour who called police after hearing screams from Boris Johnson's home did so "maliciously" in order to "cause problems".

Nigel Farage is calling for changes to the postal voting system after alleging impropriety during the Peterborough by-election, at which the Brexit Party lost to Labour.

A tweet in which Good Morning Britain (GMB) applauded Geoffrey Boycott for advocating a no-deal Brexit was deleted by the broadcaster after it sparked complaints about the broadcaster's impartiality.

Jeremy Hunt said that Boris Johnson wants to get into No.10 by "slinking through the back door" if he refuses to take Hunt up on the offer of a televised debate.

Parents of so-called 'Brexit babies' - born around the time of the 2016 EU referendum - have shared their fears about their future, and begged politicians to prioritise their urgent needs.

Francoise Dorleac is better remembered today as the ill-fated sister of French film star Catherine Deneuve.

The Jazz Age reached full swing, while blues and country were starting to make big sounds. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports on an exciting year where the possibilities seemed endless.

Avant-Garde Artist Natalia Goncharova was an Exponent of 'everythingism', producing work that spanned techniques and styles. Claudia Pritchard reports on an exhibition that reflects her dazzling varied output.

Labour MP Caroline Flint said she would rather the UK crashes out of the European Union than revoke Article 50.

Andrew Gwynne MP, shadow secretary for communities and local government, says Jeremy Corbyn has been clear on the party's position on Brexit.

Sir Ed Davey MP, who is vying to be the next leader of the Liberal Democrats, has laid out his vision for the UK should be win the party's leadership contest.

One of the reasons the Labour Party cannot embrace Remain is a reluctance to make common cause with controversial figures from its recent past. That has to stop, says ZOE WILLIAMS.

A Brexiteer teenager's attempt to get an 'offensive' European flag removed from the Ecotricity headquarters in Stroud has failed after just 1,240 signed his online petition.

More than half of Scottish voters would vote to leave the UK if Boris Johnson becomes prime minister, a new poll suggests.

The momentum behind Boris Johnson's bid to become prime minister was losing steam after the news broke that police visited his home on Friday.

In this week's Rachel Johnson's Diary she talks about the Tory leadership contest and escaping to Jamaica.

Boris Johnson repeatedly refused to answer questions about police being called to his flat as he took part in the first hustings for Conservative party leader.

Two million extra young people are now eligible to vote in a future EU referendum - and 74% would back Britain staying in the European Union.

More than 1,000 people from all over Yorkshire, the Humber and the North of England flocked to Leeds for the launch of People's Vote North.

Tory MP Mark Field is still yet to apologise directly to the female climate change protester he manhandled out of a high-profile black tie dinner.

The government has cleared itself of any wrongdoing in the #deniedmyvote saga - but this deeply insufficient response threatens our democracy.

MITCH BENN on watching a video by the campaign supporting Boris Johnson's (currently swaggering) effort to become leader of the Tory party and prime minister.

A former Conservative Party spin doctor, Carrie Symonds found herself making headlines when she was romantically linked to Boris Johnson.

Diego Maradona's spell with Napoli in the 1980s was a combustible mix of cocaine, the Camorra and some of the finest football ever seen. JASON SOLOMONS reports on the new documentary film which chronicles this extraordinary period

Boris Johnson's bid to become prime minister was thrown into further chaos as it emerged police were called to the home he shares with partner Carrie Symonds.

Nigel Farage has been mocked by Twitter users after he shared a letter which he claimed was from a 10-year-old boy.

When it comes to this aspect of language, it's not as straightforward as a, e, i, o, u, says PETER TRUDGILL

Police have been called out to the home of Boris Johnson, who is hoping to be the next prime minister, and his partner Carrie Symonds.

Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe was left unimpressed by her first week in the European parliament after her locker was positioned too high for her to reach.

The government awarded civil servants in the Department for Brexit more than £1 million in just a one year period - before Brexit has even happened.

MAGDALENA WILLIAMS writes about the risk to live a no-deal Brexit poses, and says it is being overlooked by those advocating it.

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TIM WALKER meets Lib Dem leadership candidate Jo Swinson to talk about the challenges facing liberalism, coalition mistakes and... Brexit

Brexiteer Nigel Farage stunned listeners of his radio programme by praising the European Union negotiators for being 'really clever'.

European Council president Donald Tusk has warned the UK that it is has 'wasted the time' it gave Westminster to find a way out of the Brexit impasse.

A by-election has been called in Tory MP Chris Davies' seat of Brecon and Radnorshire in Wales - where the Liberal Democrats came second last time.

A survey has found that the Liberal Democrats have once again leapfrogged Labour in national polls, putting the unequivocally pro-Remain party just two points behind the Brexit Party.

STEVE ANGLESEY on the claims of electoral fraud in the Peterborough by-election.

After a foreign office minister physically removed a female climate protester from his banquet by the neck, Conservative MP Sir Peter Bottomley said he "congratulates" him.

The Tory party has been forced to intervene after a male MP sent a female MP 'abusive' messages because she supported Rory Stewart in the leadership race.

Rory Stewart's deception wasn't whether or not he was a spy, it was where he stood on Brexit.

Two MPs have been praised for delivering their stinging attacks on the possible next prime minister of the United Kingdom, with both claiming he is 'fuelled' by racism and homophobia.

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