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A People’s Vote is the only way out for MPs who are too afraid to vote with their conscience, says DAVID COLLINS.

For those who didn’t get a say in the original EU referendum they are hoping that there will be a People’s Vote so their voices can finally be heard.

Nadine Dorries has said she does not want Theresa May ousted - despite submitting a letter of no confidence in the prime minister.

Confirming what many on the Remain side already feared, David Davis has been accused of not understanding the Brexit process.

CHARLIE CONNELLY on the story behind a gothic classic, and its latest incarnation.

An outspoken Brexiteer has said that new Brexit negotiations should only take 10 minutes to agree – before he accused the BBC of being pro-Remain for disproving his claims.

The economic turmoil of the Great Depression produced plenty of downbeat realism but also escapist whimsy. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports

Theresa May is facing yet more challenges on her Brexit plans - with a “warning shot” from the DUP and an objection to the draft agreement from Spain.

24 Tory MPs have so far publicly declared they have no confidence in Theresa May as prime minister. Here's who they are

Jacob Rees-Mogg has defended his Dad's Army operation to unseat Theresa May as PM, saying "I've always admired Captain Mainwaring".

Theresa May's unravelling Brexit deal hit a new roadblock today as Spain's prime minister threatened to vote it down over Gibraltar.

#76 Leo Tolstoy. September 9, 1828 - November 20, 1910

Labour could attempt to bring down the government in a desperate bid to foil a no-deal Brexit, Sir Keir Starmer has warned.

Jeremy Corbyn has again disappointed supporters who want him to back a People's Vote by saying a "good Brexit plan" would be a "catalyst for economic transformation" in the UK.

Nigel Farage has admitted that Theresa May’s plan is worse than remaining in the European Union - but he still would not back calls to give the country a final say.

The Northern Ireland secretary has sent a clear message to those pushing for a no-deal Brexit: “There would have to be a hard border.”

They were put to work in the service of an inhumane regime, yet the photographers of the Soviet Union still managed to produce work of quite dazzling brilliance. RICHARD HOLLEDGE reports

TV presenter Susanna Reid has hit out at Leavers who call Remainers “losers”, pointing out they are now the ones the most vocal about Brexit unhappiness.

The European Union is set to tempt the government into extending the Brexit transition period in a bid to break the current stalemate.

Three members of campaign group Veterans for Europe highlight different fears over the adverse impact of Brexit on the military.

A former adviser to David Cameron has been mocked on social media for suggesting he is our best hope of saving the country if Theresa May is ousted by her party.

Anna Soubry was right when she said the young would never forgive the Tories if it pushes through a bad deal, says DAN SEAMARKS.

Even with the government teetering on the edge over Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn has refused to back a People’s Vote.

JASON SOLOMONS on a new film which explores the malaise of modern France, shorn of idealism and the certainties of the past.

Arch-Brexiteer Nadine Dorries MP has slammed Theresa May’s Brexit plan because it will mean that the UK will be left without influence in Europe.

The Jonestown massacre, 40 years ago this week, ranks as one of humanity’s darkest chapters. Is it best understood as an isolated tragedy, or as 
part of the pattern of the grisly history of the 20th century? IAN WALKER reports

It is a familiar favourite which has resonated through the generations. But, as Ryna Ordynat explains, the complex family background from which Little Women emerged is less well known.

College students in Northern Ireland are staging a mass walkout as part of a campaign’s calling for direct action over Brexit.

Mitch Benn explains why Jeremy Corbyn is no different from any other politician.

A video of Theresa May mocked up as a Deal Or No Deal contestant has gone viral on social media.

Is the president unleashing a fierce anger within us all? Bonnie Greer investigates

A new campaign battlebus has been unveiled to mark a new phase of campaigning that calls for a final say on the Brexit deal.

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

A former director at Barclays bank, Stephen Barclay, has been promoted to Brexit Secretary from a ministerial role in the Department for Health.

Tim Walker gives five stars to this heartfelt cry for tolerance.

A hike in the charge to immigrants entering the UK is short-sighted to the bigger picture, argues OLIVIA BRIDGE

He’s been standing outside Parliament for months, he’s been appearing in every political interview for days.

The Irish border represents Brexit’s most intractable problem. But, as PADDY HOEY explains, the real issue is not about the technicalities of trade, but the more profound issue of identity it raises.

Brexiteer Andrew Bridgen has told a national newspaper he believes the Tories are hiding the number of letters of no confidence.

Twitter has speculated that Brexiteer Michael Gove could still be plotting... after seeing his choice of breakfast.

Italy’s dire economic situation has reached a critical moment, says PAUL KNOTT. And it presents the EU with a great opportunity.

Maxime Xavier is the painter behind the picture of the prime minister on a lion which went viral

Brexiteer Michael Gove has thrown beleaguered Theresa May a lifeline after deciding that he will remain in her government.

France’s finance minister has launched an attack on the “liars” that tricked voters into thinking leaving the EU would be easy and in their interests.

The battle for equal pay is far from won – and outside the EU it is going to get a lot harder, says CAROLINE CRIADO PEREZ.

A Leave voter has broken down in tears live on the radio after admitted he was wrong to back Brexit.

While we drown in the chaos of our domestic ineptitude, let’s not let the European Union off the hook.

Theresa May faced a call to stand down from a pro-Brexit Tory-voting councillor as she took calls on an LBC radio phone-in.

Andrew Adonis explains why now is not the time to settle or surrender.

Theresa May has vowed to fight on - warning of “consequences” if she is forced out of the job before Brexit.

Steve Anglesey rounds up this week’s top Brexiteers and explains why Theresa May’s endgame is heading for the dustbin of history.

Lord Feldman calls on David Cameron to back Conservative Party Foundation, Alan Miller takes a stab at Arron Banks’ accountants BDO and Daily Mail boss Paul Dacre pins his hopes on the New Year’s honours.

Let’s not forget, peace in Europe is not a natural state. We have to fight for it, says MITCH BENN

Interest in Brexit has increased now there is a draft Brexit plan in place, and people have been taking to the internet to find out what it all means. Here are the UK’s 10 most Googled questions on Brexit.

Alastair Campbell on how the public can still stop Brexit - even if it is without the support of Jeremy Corbyn.

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

Theresa May loyalist Rory Stewart has said that hard Brexiteers are “not being honest” before inventing a made up statistic.

Outspoken Brexiteer and Tory MP Andrew Bridgen continues to embarrass himself on the topic of Brexit.

The House of Commons fell silent as Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg threatened Theresa May with a letter of no confidence in the prime minister over her draft Brexit proposal.

ZOE WILLIAMS​ on a series of Brexit impact reports for five different locations, which lay bare some simple, damning truths and no easy answers.


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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