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

One of the best pieces of television analysis surrounding Brexit has not come from the BBC, ITV or Channel 4. It was not even produced for British television. It instead originally aired in America.

As things get glummer it's hard to know whether to laugh or cry

The Corporation is facing one of the most severe tests in its history, says John Kampfner. And in vital areas it is failing it is not meeting the challenge.

Theresa May is secretly taking advice from the former prime minister David Cameron on how to resolve the current Brexit crisis.

Brexiteers who have spent two years crying "you lost, get over it!" at Remainers have ignored their own mantra and called for Theresa May to go - despite them losing the vote of no confidence they called.

Nigel Farage and his fellow Leave campaigners were ridiculed during an interview with television host Susanna Reid.

Channel 4 is set to air a proper Brexit debate featuring "four high-profile politicians reflecting the main divisions in the House of Commons."

PM flies out of Heathrow rather than Brize Norton to buy extra time to sell her deal, Liam Fox afraid to talk to Channel 4 News and Mandrake's part in Sam Gymiah's resignation.

Labour has issued an ultimatum to the BBC and Downing Street by urging them to adapt the format of the televised Brexit to make it a "head to head".

Theresa May said she is "keen" for the televised Brexit debate to take place, but won't appear on ITV because she would miss Strictly Come Dancing.

Former prime minister Tony Blair has said a second Brexit referendum should be a choice between remain and a hard Brexit.

Channel 4 News anchor Krishnan Guru-Murthy has promised to offer a "real debate" on Brexit, as the BBC and ITV battle it out to win over the Labour and Tory leaders.

The date and time of the BBC's televised Brexit debate has been announced - but so far only Theresa May is signed up.

Journalist Robert Peston thinks for the first time since the Brexit vote there is a feeling that we may end up staying in the EU.

With the TV news seemingly having voxpopped nearly every person on the street in Britain, ITV have found a voice that hadn't yet been asked about Brexit.

With Ian Rankin's latest novel featuring the cop topping the bestseller charts, STEVE ANGLESEY asks why the Scottish sleuth has not found similar success on the screen

John McDonnell appeared to utter that Brexit WILL happen in response to comments made by a backbench Labour MP on ITV's Peston programme.

Theresa May has rejected suggestions that the latest Budget was designed to pave the way for an early general election.

People's Vote campaigner Justine Greening said she could be prepared to run for the Tory leadership if Theresa May resigns or is forced out.

News that Boris Johnson is considering stalling Brexit has angered the party's Leave MPs.

Chancellor Philip Hammond has launched a scathing attack on Boris Johnson, dismissing his Brexit proposals as "fantasy world" and repeatedly saying he does not expect him to become prime minister.

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.

Alastair Campbell has hit out at Tory Brexiteer Nadine Dorries after she accused Remainers of trying to "weaponise" the Irish border issue.

We don't believe it! Richard Wilson has returned to our screens in a new comedy sketch that lends support for a People's Vote.

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

Nigel Farage floundered under tough questioning in one of his first interviews since rejoining the political fray.

For some it may be one of the few benefits of Brexit, however for millions of young Love Island viewers this could be yet another consequence of a political decision they didn't back.

When Danny Dyer attacked former prime minister David Cameron his comments went viral. Now the former Leave voter has turned his attention to another politician.

Tim Walker exclusively reveals that Danny Boyle is to direct James Graham's controversial Brexit drama... and asks is the Daily Mail's Paul Dacre about to take charge of the Telegraph?

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