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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.

As a hit new documentary provides Bros with an unlikely comeback, SOPHIA DEBOICK looks back to the eccentric twins' first embrace 
of fame

STEVE ANGLESEY's Brex Factor on Wetherspoon's boss Tim Martin

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

Britain has slipped way behind other European countries in how it caters for cyclists. But, says CARLTON REID, there is still time to catch up.

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).

Steve Anglesey on why the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring referendum drama is going to be a struggle for Leavers and Remainers alike...

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.

MALCOLM GARRETT, who designed the Buzzcock's striking covers remembers the when he met PG Wodehouse of punk, Pete Shelley.

A new battlebus is gathering plenty of attention right now.

Self-proclaimed 'bad boy of Brexit' Arron Banks has insisted no Russian money was used to fund the Leave campaign and now even claims "it would have been better to Remain".

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

When ELLIE KIELLER was 4 years old she watched a Disney film and fell in love with Paris. Next month she will move there - but first she'll be marching in London to make sure others can make their European dream a reality.

One reader thinks that we should accept Theresa May's Brexit plan to avoid a 'hard' Brexit from Rees-Mogg and Johnson.

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.

Thousands of pro-EU campaigners descended on Birmingham to demand the government: "Bin Brexit."

Why does the UK lack the sort of vibrant sports press seen on the rest of the continent? Roger DomeneghettI ​explores a conundrum.

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

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

In this week's diary Rachel Johnson talks being impressed by James O'Brien's passion and the new TV show which is not safe for couples to watch.

The trade union movement has signalled it is preparing to demand a People's Vote on Brexit.

Theresa May claims that a 'second' referendum on Brexit would be "a gross betrayal" of our democracy. Precisely the opposite is true.

Very few people know Theresa May well. But you don't need to know her well to see the agony going on inside.

It isn't rocket science. Governments smuggle out announcements on the last Friday of August, when parliament isn't sitting, for an obvious reason. They want to bury bad news - usually very big bad news specially saved up for this very day of supreme national inattention.

Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham has called for Brexit to be halted and said a People's Vote might be the answer.

From the ruins left by the Luftwaffe Britain had to rebuild. IAN WALKER charts the process from high rise living to the out-of-town cineplex

Unlike her siblings and mother, Adela Pankhurst has been overlooked in events marking the centenary of women's suffrage because of the other controversial causes she championed. But, say LUCY WILLIAMS and BARRY GODFREY, nothing is gained by writing her out of history.

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

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