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The New European's editor-at-large explains why Brexit is far from the black and white picture it is presented as.

The Tory and Labour defectors have acted as extraordinary political catalysts, says Jane Merrick. They have raised the prospect of stopping Brexit altogether.

The Belgian capital might seem like a footballing backwater, but if you dig deep enough you find a different story: scandal, tragedy, revolutionary moments - and even the odd decent team. Neil Fredrik Jensen reports on one of the game's most influential cities.

STEVE ANGLESEY on Nadine Dorries' attempts to lecture The Independent Group on party loyalty and her appearance on The Junk Food Experiment.

Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp has said he hopes that "common sense" prevails over Brexit.

Brexit will do nothing for the overlooked parts of the UK, says JOHN KAMPFNER. Instead, it will hurt them the most.

It was nothing more than a footnote, buried in the results of the Uefa Europa League second qualifying round, second leg, but it leaped out for those who remembered the days of glory: Progrès Niederkorn 2, Budapest Honved 0 (Niederkorn win 2-1 on aggregate).

George Osborne so busy with his nine jobs he neglects paperwork for Northern Powerhouse Partnership, Womad Festival under pressure over Jacob Rees-Mogg connection and the Telegraph hires from TaxPayers' Alliance in this week's MANDRAKE.

Since the satellite TV revolution, much of football has changed. But much hasn't. This stunning photo essay chronicles a pivotal era and captures the game's eternal appeal.

A new battlebus is gathering plenty of attention right now.

Theresa May has tried to convince us all she is just like batsman Geoffrey Boycott, but - as MICHAEL WHITE explains - on Tuesday her side lost three wickets.

STEVE ANGLESEY takes a look at the winners and losers of the Brexit circus this week.

MIC WRIGHT​ finds plenty to ponder in a new exhibition exploring the complex world of addiction, even if it has less to say about more modern vices.

The People's Vote March for the Future proves resistance is working, argues Mitch Benn.

LIRON VELLEMAN calls on Labour supporters to be heard loud and clear at the People's Vote March.

The People's Vote campaign has launched a series of new billboards across the country calling for a final say on the Brexit deal.

Delia Smith, Sir Patrick Stewart and Olly Alexander are among the names to fund free travel from their home towns to the People's Vote March in London.

Why are Jeremy Corbyn supporters calling for a boycott of the Guardian, an oasis of left-wing commentary in an ocean of right-wing media? Here, MP CHRIS WILLIAMSON accuses the newspaper of waging a hostile campaign against the leadership.

We're winning this, writes MITCH BENN, and Brexit will ultimately meet its Waterloo.

In part one of our exclusive extracts from his latest diaries, ALASTAIR CAMPBELL gives the inside story on the final days of the last Labour government and what led to a defeat from which the party has yet to recover.

As Ann Widdecombe vents about modern feminists' need for special priveleges, RACHEL JOHNSON reveals all about Dartmoor's Boudicca's snowflake tendencies.

Readers react on the letters pages to the suggestion a People's Vote could be held without staying in the EU as an option.

The Labour conference saw a struggle in the party over backing for a People's Vote. Be under no illusions - we won it, says RICHARD ANGELL, director of Progress, Labour's centre-left movement.

Labour are losing the battle to control the national conversation while the Tories continue their inevitable march into Brexit chaos, writes Michael White.

With six months to go until Brexit D-Day, the prime minister's options are narrow, writes JANE MERRICK.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn used his conference speech to declare that "all options are on the table" regarding Brexit.

Theresa May has repeated a claim that a general election before Brexit is not in the national interest.

Labour is set to vote down Theresa May's Brexit deal in Parliament, Sir Keir Starmer has confirmed.

There is growing anger among Remainers at Labour conference after the party's latest Brexit fudge.

Union baron Len McCluskey has bizarrely claimed that any second referendum should not include an option to stay in the EU.

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