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Steve Anglesey selects the worst Brexiteers of the week.

MICK O’HARE tells the story of a revolt that figures as no more than a footnote in the wider history of the Second World War. but arguuably led to the creation of a nation 50 years later.

We cannot abandon our continent and responsibility for its defence and properity says ANDREW ADONIS

Just how much blame for the disasters of the last two centuries can be placed at the feet of this overbearing gang?

In this week’s diary column, Liam Fox longs for his drinking partner and Rebekah Brooks lets bygones be bygones

MICHAEL WHITE on those ludicrous spy stories . . . and why Labour’s leader must come in from the cold over Brexit.

In 1972 Ziggy played guitar, Marc Bolan hit his stride and blokes across Britain made nervous moves towards their sister’s make-up bag. Here SOPHIA DEBOICK rediscovers glam Britannia

Rubens got in among our basic desires and our raw physicality and he gave them form

A seamy, subversive, self confident city, Hamburg is also a symbol of an outward-looking Germany

The haunting image of a ruined city is nothing new. Here we examine the horrors of urban warfare from Stalingrad to Mosul

Among the most extraordinary works of art are the Black Pictures of Francisco Goya Here is their story...

Shortly after the outbreak of WW2, a polemic was published identifying the “guilty men” who had led Britain to such a moment of weakness and peril. Now, following Brexit, a new version has been released.

Few family histories better underline the complex relationship between Britain and Germany than Christian Lawrence’s. Here he explains why his fellow countrymen are so sad to see the UK leave

The attack on Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament fits a pattern emerging across Europe: terrorism has gone low-tech, freelance and ever-harder to tackle

Henrik Ibsen is credited with creating modern theatre. He did so by asking questions we’re still trying to answer

Donald Trump is a game-changer, but using The Queen as a bargaining chip to secure Britain gets thrown a few post-Brexit scraps is insulting

There is a thriving market for paintings by Adolf Hitler. But if the works are not valued for their artistic merit, just what is the attraction?

The dearth of tech talent: just one more reason why freedom of movement has never been more important

Bernard Sumner recounts his cultural European journey, from the early days of Joy Division to New Order’s latest album

“The Premier League is a world league that just happens to be played on our shores. The clubs are owned by Russians, Chinese, Americans, the Middle East. The managers and players and TV audience come from all over. It’s no longer the English league full of British players that we grew up watching.” To fans observers of the modern football industry this is not rocket science, but until Cambridge United manager, Shaun Derry, recently made this point to me on talkSPORT I had never heard it explained quite so simply before.

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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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