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Germans are done mourning Brexit Britain. They just want to move on – and that is bad news for the UK.

Seventy-five years after it was made (and 74 years after it was banned) one of cinema’s most controversial films has been re-released. ​JAMES OLIVER explains what all the fuss is about

EU leaders have called the prime minister’s bluff, slammed her post-Brexit plan for trade with the EU and refused to rule out a no-deal scenario.

Steve Anglesey explores the irony of Liam Fox’s plans for a post-Brexit Spitfire flight.

ANDREW ADONIS on our Brexit sovereignty in action, and our moral withdrawal from Europe.

In 1844 Strauss Senior, the first pop idol, soon found himself eclipsed by something rawer, says SOPHIA DEBOICK.

Lili Elbe: December 28, 1882 – September 13, 1931

We pay for social media with our data. But not for much longer, says PARMY OLSON. With regulators getting tough and consumers more wary, we’re about to start paying in cash.

Michael White explains why the collapse of the ERG blueprint joins Boris as twin embarrassments of the week.

While the US produced a very raunchy scandal, British pop’s great controversy was a little more tame.

Amid all the noise of Brexit one public institution has remained curiously quiet - the Church of England

A new exhibition, Magic Realism, Art in Weimar Germany explores the stunningly creative period that took place in Germany between the wars.

When trade expert Jason Hunter humiliated Jonathan Isaby in a radio debate with come cold, hard facts the encounter went viral. Here he outlines some more incontrovertible truths to further demolish the Brexiteers’ bluster

No one benefits from the absurd idea that Britain is being punished by a dictated settlement – like the Germans after the First World War – says Stephan richter, the Berlin-based Editor-in-Chief of The Globalist

Michael White on how Brexit realist Philip Hammond lit Fleet Street’s blue touchpaper.

The electoral logic is inescapable, and even Corbyn will soon grasp it... Labour must support a People’s Vote, says historian of the Labour movement FRANCIS BECKETT

Steve Anglesey takes a look at the worst Brexiteers of the Week.

Steve Richards’ piece reminds me of the ‘stab in the back’ policy otherwise known as Dolchstosslegende, propagated by the right in Germany after 1918.

To many people who voted Remain, it often feels like moving Britain back into the past is a major objective for many Brexiteers.

Michael White says all political parties have an as-yet-unfulfilled duty to think much harder about reforms.

I voted out in the referendum, but rapidly recovered my senses when Brexit fell prey to the far-right agenda.

Veteran BBC journalist GAVIN ESLER delivers an excoriating blast against broadcasters, Leavers and the lies that have left the country a more divided, poorer place.

On a week when more reminders of the past left us fearing for the future MICHAEL WHITE asks what would Winnie do?

A new exhibition seeks to reclaim Lee Miller’s legacy as an artist in her own right, rather than a muse for others. It does so rather well, says CLAUDIA PRITCHARD

Next month’s European Athletics Championships will take place at the scene of one of the sport’s most cherished chapters. But just how much of it is true? Mick O’Hare reports

It is so easy to take the European Union for granted, or obsess about its faults, says SONY KAPOOR. But to understand its true value you need only look at how other global tensions remain unresolved

Out of sight of the world, Cameroon is succumbing to catastrophe. JULIUS A, AMIN reports

The ‘Özil Affair’ has melded together the two topics that have dominated Germany’s lousy summer- football and immigration. IAN WALKER reports, from Munich, on where it could lead the country.

Steve Bannon has been alarming Europe with his plans for a new populist force. But there’s no need to worry, says former UKIP official GAWAIN TOWLER, who knows a thing or two about upsetting liberals

German culture’s enduring and changing relationship with the mythical Dr Faustus and his deal with the devil has coloured how the country views itself, says Ian Walker.

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ANTI-BREXIT EVENTS

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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