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Labour is planning to give full voting rights to foreign nationals and EU citizens living in the UK.

Ofcom has launched an investigation into whether Nigel Farage misled listeners about the prospect of an EU army during a dramatic clash with a caller on his LBC radio show.

A new YouGov poll has found that a majority of those who voted Labour in 2017 want Jeremy Corbyn to stand down.

Labour could end up with two different Brexit positions as members are asked to vote on a motion that would leave the leadership neutral during any second referendum - while another urges the party to unequivocally back Remain.

A Brexit Party candidate made possibly the most Brexiteer tweet ever when he made the case for "British fish from British waters", and Twitter had a few things to say to him.

Protests are set to take place in Manchester over the weekend as the Conservative Party conference assembles in the city.

Despite denials that Labour was at 'war' over Brexit, one of Jeremy Corbyn's backers has claimed the votes on the party's Brexit position have become a 'stitch-up'.

Jeremy Corbyn has criticised parts of the media for having "barely touched" news of allegations that Boris Johnson is embroiled in a potential conflict of interest.

A Northern Irish farmer who appeared in the DUP's party political broadcast highlighting the benefits of Brexit now regrets supporting it.

Ahead of a crucial vote on the conference floor young Labour activist GEORGIE HARRIS writes why Labour must back the pro-Remain motion this afternoon.

Labour's shadow foreign secretary has rejected Jeremy Corbyn's calls for a 'special conference' to decide the party's Brexit position at another time.

Dominic Raab, who was accused by MPs of misleading the public earlier this summer, has said that the Conservatives have made "good progress" in Brexit talks with the European Union.

There are calls for Boris Johnson's resignation if he cannot explain why he did not declare a potential conflict of interest over public funds given to a reportedly close female friend.

Jeremy Corbyn has announced that he will go back to the people on the future of Brexit should his party win any forthcoming general election, in an attempt to maintain his neutral attitude on Brexit.

STEVE RICHARDS, the veteran chronicler of prime ministers, pinpoints the deficiencies that doomed the man who enabled Brexit.

The president of the European Commission has told Sky's Sophy Ridge that a no-deal Brexit would lead to the return of a hard border on Ireland.

One of Boris Johnson's billionaire leadership backers was, as early as July, urging the prime-minister-to-be to prorogue parliament to force Brexit.

The New European's JONATHON READ takes a first look at Channel 4's Tories At War documentary.

Despite rising fears over the potential of a no-deal Brexit, the president of the European Commission has insisted that a deal between the UK and the EU is possible.

Leading figures from across the Labour Party today joined 5,000 People Vote supporters for a march that passed conference in Brighton.

Thousands of people have marched through Edinburgh in support of the UK remaining in the European Union ahead of a Supreme Court ruling on the prorogation of parliament.

Labour conference delegates are determined to 'stay till three in the morning' to secure a Remain motion that avoids the 'fudge'of last year, a source has said.

John Humphrys has said the BBC failed to understand what the UK public voted for in the EU referendum as part of a serialisation of his book in right-wing newspaper the Daily Mail.

The guests on Jeremy Vine's Channel 5 show often provide some eyebrow-raising moments when discussing Brexit, but this time it is the host getting in on the action.

Government guidance appears to suggest ministers expect the process of importing medicine from the EU after no-deal Brexit will take longer - despite repeated assurances the public need not worry.

Labour needs to recognise it has new heartlands it needs to represent - not just its traditional ones, says Mary Honeyball

With a possible recession and trade war with China looming, even Republican strongholds are no longer guaranteed to plump for Trump, says BONNIE GREER.

Momentum is attempting to remove Tom Watson from his role as deputy leader of the Labour Party for 'disloyalty' over the party's Brexit position.

Labour MPs Peter Kyle and Phil Wilson are planning to bring back their amendment for a confirmatory referendum if Boris Johnson tries to force through a Brexit deal next month.

After Jo Swinson ruled out working with Jeremy Corbyn the Labour leader has said he too would not be interested in a coalition if there is a hung parliament at the next election.

Leave.EU founder Arron Banks is selling a diamond mine that has been at the centre of hotly-denied claims over the funding of his 2016 Brexit campaign.

A Question Time audience member has blamed the Lib Dems, rather than Brexiteers or Tories, for the Brexit mess.

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

Conservative Party members have been suspended pending an investigation into Islamophobic posts on social media.

Here's your quiz to see how much you've been paying attention to this week's Brexit events. We promise not to grill you on the finer points of constitutional law.

Readers consider the possibility of an election pact between Nigel Farage's Brexit Party and the Conservatives.

A general election would be a proxy vote on Brexit - but it still will not resolve Brexit. Readers call for a People's Vote.

A new campaign has been launched to try to win over those undecided on Brexit ahead of a possible second referendum on EU membership.

Brexit Party MEPs have sparked outrage on social media for abstaining on a European parliament motion that called on Iran to release imprisoned European citizens including Brit Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.

Rapper slowthai has become the latest artist to rebuke prime minister Boris Johnson through the medium of music.

Boris Johnson will find himself in court if he cannot secure a deal by October 19th, the chair of the Brexit select committee Hilary Benn has said.

A protest and rally in favour of remaining in the European Union will be held near Labour Party conference in Brighton.

British band Foals have joked that they hope their fans aren't Brexiteers because of their liberal stance.

Sir Paul McCartney said he wasn't convinced by either side in the EU referendum in 2016 - so did not vote.

MICHAEL WHITE tries to ignore the sound and fury in search of the real significance of recent events.

'A Very Expensive Poison' is about as guttural and stereotypical as six straight shots of vodka, writes TIM WALKER

MITCH BENN asks why the PM would compare himself to the Hulk - a personification of uncontrolled anger, fury, and whose alter ego is desperate to escape.

STEVE ANGLESEY wonders what sinister motives might be behind the government's new £140m Brexit advertising campaign

Whichever way the ultimate judgment goes, this week's case has shone a harsh light on our government, says ZOE WILLIAMS.

A man who voted to leave the EU has admitted he would now vote Remain, saying: "I was fooled".

Gary Lineker has been posed a humdinger of a question on James O'Brien's radio show.

The travel and insurance company Saga has apologised after customers received a brochure advertising a holiday cruise which was 'exclusively for Brits'.

Young anti-Brexit and Labour activist NATHAN BORODA on his expectations for next week's Labour conference.

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

Veteran BBC broadcaster John Humphrys has quit Radio 4's Today programme with a snub towards politicians like Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn who have avoided the programme.

Unimpressed with a recent attempt to compile a list of the greatest movies of the millennium, RICHARD LUCK provides his own countdown.

A Brexiteer took on the doctor behind some of the guidance given to the government in its Yellowhammer documents - and appeared to suggest he voted for medical shortages in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

As global dangers increase, former diplomat PAUL KNOTT reports on how the world's tyrants learned to play the president like a fool.

Police have claimed that the 'fastest-growing' threat of terrorist violence in the UK comes from the far-right.

Former prime minister Sir John Major has hit out at the government as documents reveal that Boris Johnson is considering proroguing parliament again even if the court rules against him.

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