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Winnie the Putin – a bear of a very little brain

Credit: Tim Bradford

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Ukrainian refugees arrive from their homeland at Zahonyi railway station close to the Hungarian-Ukrainian border. Photo: ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP via Getty Images

There’s no refuge from our shocking lack of humanity

The British response to the invasion of Ukraine illustrates why the sickness in the Conservative party goes beyond Boris Johnson, writes one reader

Sir Ed Davey, left, and Sir Keir Starmer are trying to steer their parties away from a commitment to rejoin the EU. Photo: Montage by The New European

Keir Starmer and the T Rex in the room

Remainers are in despair at Labour’s determination to seek the “advantages” of Brexit rather than call for Rejoin. But what if their leader is right?