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Dorothea Tanning was a rare female protagonist of surrealism and bridged many art disciplines and movements. A new exhibition pays due tribute to this pioneer, says CLAUDIA PRITCHARD.

JASON SOLOMONS on a new book which captures - and cherishes - the idiosyncrasies and occasional flaws of the capital.

Forty years ago this month, Jean Monnet, arguably the EU's most important 'founding father,' died aged 90 at home in Houjarray, 43 miles west of Paris.

CHARLIE CONNELLY on French actor and "queen of self-promotion" Sarah Bernhardt's Great European Life.

Britain - as ever - focused on the twin fascinations of sex and scandal. And did so with a glorious abundance of fun and frivolity. SOPHIA DEBOICK reports

BONNIE GREER on why white supremacists seeking to whitewash Europe's history rely on a faux-medieval past.

More than a million people travelled the length of the UK to protest against Brexit in central London - each of them protesting in their own unique way.

At least one million demonstrators flooded the streets of central London as they marched on parliament to demand the public are given a final say over Brexit.

Demonstrators have begun marching through central London to demand a second Brexit referendum.

Hundreds of thousands of people are heading to London today to march on parliament calling for the public to be given a final say on Brexit.

STEVE ANGLESEY on the soggy throng of the pro-Brexit protest March to Leave

Much on display this week, John Bercow's trademark belligerence - along with his circumlocutory rhetoric - are tactics he learnt young, says his biographer Bobby Friedman

Britain faces a generational struggle to relocate itself to the heart of the European project. With relations and reputation at rock bottom, what better time to start the fightback? asks JOHN KAMPFNER

The atrocity in New Zealand should prompt a reckoning for the Islamophobia which has infected our mainstream media, says Liz Gerard.

Saturday is the day to show we are taking this joke no longer. ALASTAIR CAMPBELL on why we all need to turn out for the People's Vote march.

Considered by many to be the finest goalkeeper to play the game, CHARLIE CONNELLY looks at the life of Lev Yashin.

Well-known names from the entertainment, sporting and business worlds are sponsoring coaches from their home towns to help campaigners take part in the "Put It To The People" march in London.

In this week's stage review, TIM WALKER reviews Tartuffe at the National Theatre.

Organisers of the March To Leave say their pro-Brexit protest is "completely successful" despite photographs appearing to show dwindling numbers on their two-week journey from Sunderland to London.

PATRICK SAWER looks back at an overlooked chapter in Anglo-Italian relations, when the hero of the Risorgimento caused a sensation among admiring Britons.

An friend's experience of the American healthcare system showed BONNIE GREER the horror of a US-style NHS.

All aboard the Leave train as the Daily Express and Esther McVey are name-checked in STEVE ANGLESEY'S Brex Factor.

The grim politics of the Irish border are far from the bravado of Brexiteers says Stephen Travers, survivor of the Miami Showband massacre, one of the most notorious atrocities of the Troubles. Ahead of a new documentary on the subject, he spoke to TONY EVANS

TIM WALKER explores Christopher Booker's "inhumane" treatment by Telegraph, how Will Self outdid Paddington's "hard stare" and Gina Miller urging people to turn out for Nigel Farage.

Extend Article 50 and use the European elections to stop Brexit, it is the only way to stop Brexit argues ANDREW ADONIS.

The new musical adaptation of Only Fools and Horses is a timely reminder of the series' topical edge and its Victorian antecedents, says David Amigoni.

Rachel Johnson on pesky Instagram influencers, Heathrow protests and why she miss Radio 4's John Humphrys.

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

Our diary reports of the financial woes of Better for the Country, Tory Brextremist Andrew Bridgen's problems with "truthfulness" and Jose Manuel Barroso's verdict on the Tiggers.

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