In June more than 100,000 campaigners marched against Brexit. On October 20th organisers are expecting an even bigger crowd calling for a People’s Vote.

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.

The People’s Vote March will bring together people from across the United Kingdom to fight for a final say on Brexit. Young Plaid Cymru activist CARMEN RIA SMITH explains why the Welsh are marching.

Jeremy Corbyn pledged an end to austerity and insisted Labour has what it takes to win back Leave voters in the next election, during a visit to a solidly Brexit-voting area of the Midlands.

Anti-Brexit figurehead GINA MILLER​ issues a final rallying call ahead of this weekend’s protest

Delia Smith and Deborah Meaden will help to lead this week’s march for a People’s Vote.

The protests against tuition fees, Grenfell, and Trump’s presidency have all evoked real anger. But that anger right now is missing from the Brexit fight. ANTONIA CUNDY says it’s time young people were more radical.

Theresa May’s ‘Dancing Queen’ routine ahead of her big speech went viral. But does it mean she’s finally won over the youth of today? No, argues CHEVAN ILANGARANTE, but scrapping Brexit would be a start.

The PM is gambling on an appeal to Labour but she could still get her cards from the Tories

Consumer devices which monitor your health are great for the worried well and wealthy. But the vogue spells disaster for the health service. TRACY KING reports

Brexit is now turning into a battle between those who want to do the wrong thing for the wrong reasons and those trying to do the right thing for the right reasons

JAMES BALL’s Deconstructed: “Our modern political era is dominated by a war against reality”

Trials for a new heart drug has been halted due to fears over Brexit.

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

STEVE ANGLESEY examines the performance of the Brexit Secretary, Dominic Raab, and names his Brexiteers of the Week.

A Question Time episode featuring Jacob Rees-Mogg and Rod Liddle wouldn’t normally offer a glimmer of hope for Remainers, but there was one moment that did.

Rattled by the progress of the People’s Vote campaign, and the continued disintegration of their Brexit dreams, Leavers held a rally. RICHARD PORRITT went along to assess the mood in the enemy camp.

The BBC has been accused of anti-Brexit bias for a tongue-in-cheek comedy sketch based on the promises made by Leavers.

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

The government has so far published 77 technical notices giving guidance on the impact of a no-deal Brexit.

Moderate MPs are using conference to send a defiant message to the hard-left of Labour: “We are going to stay and fight for our party.”

Critics of a People’s Vote are looking at it the wrong way around, says Matt Qvortrup, a man described by the BBC as ‘the world’s leading authority on referendums’

Under slate-grey Lancashire skies the Brexiteers came.

JAMES BALL says the real reason we’ve made so little progress on Brexit is clear: the hardliners central to the process have made very little effort to understand it.

Theresa May has claimed a fresh referendum on the UK leaving the European Union would “destroy trust in politicians” - and everybody hit back with the same observation.

Leading French journalist Marion Van Renterghem meets Tony Blair, one of Remain’s Don Quixotes suddenly realising their task might not be as futile as it first seemed.

Almost £70,000 has been raised in a bid to haul Boris Johnson to court accused of misconduct in public office.

The London mayor has heaped pressure on his party leader by breaking rank and backing a second referendum.

Labour’s left have picked up one of the worst tactics of the USA’s racist right, says James Ball.

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


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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