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“We are in a time – and rightly so – when we believe people who say that they have been victims of assault of any kind. We have to, because so many people have lived their pain, their lives unbelieved.”

New investigations, fresh scandals emerging, Republicans considering alternative candidates, has it all gone wrong for Trump?

As historical turning points go, the tragic events at a hunting lodge in the Austrian countryside 150 years ago this week are perhaps not as well known as others. Yet, as CHARLIE CONNELLY explains, the Mayerling Incident was to reverberate through the following century.

The fall-out between the two titans of Scottish independence could have far-reaching consequences, says Maurice Smith

“They made a godawful mess, a mess of which only a handful seem to understand even the most basic of elements.”

Being loud and brash can go too far, but it is necessary when you’re pushing against established beliefs, writes ALASTAIR CAMPBELL.

A businessman has refused to remove a giant “Bollocks to Brexit” poster from above his premises.

Remain campaigner Femi Oluwole has been busy schooling Brexiteers at this year’s Conservative party conference.

A man bidding to haul Boris Johnson before the courts over his Brexit claims has released a video outlining his challenge to the former foreign secretary.

Boris Johnson is facing a court room showdown over claims he made about Brexit during the referendum campaign.

TIM WALKER on the plays that show nothing ever changes in politics.

The tide is turning against the Brexit once more and there is reason for hope

This week Alastair Campbell discusses whether the broadcast media should investigate the Brexit campaign and its consequences.

Brexit is on its way to becoming a mystical entity and a sign that the UK has gone mad suggests BONNIE GREER.

Brexit has become indelibly linked with Scottish independence north of the border. But PETER GEOGHEGAN investigates a delicate political situation.

Michael White looks at the flip-flopping Nigel Farage as the noose tightens on leave options.

Judge Roy Moore, a 70-year-old, far-right GOP Senate candidate, has been accused of a string of historical sexual assaults and sexual harassment offences, including one involving a 14-year-old girl.

Steve Bannon’s sacking has been cheered by many who saw him at an alt-right puppet master. But could he been even more dangerous outside the White House?

Editor-at-Large Alistair Campbell has a suggestion: to anyone yet to book a holiday – try Albania

Did you spot the Canadian angle on the British government’s latest Cunning Plan, the one intended to make good Theresa May’s pledge to leave the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice on Brexit Day without doing serious “no deal” harm to the economy?

The New European has finally decided to publish one of persistent Brexiteer Robert Miller’s letters. But was it worth the wait?

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

The Daily Express and Daily Mail battled hard to prise Britain from the EU - a year on they are still fighting

Trump is invited to Paris, investor confidence grows in Greece and cladding concerns in Germany

How lost trust in once-mighty institutions created opportunities for populism

A more pragmatic approach to Brexit is finally emerging – but so too are the threats from zealots

Is this really the country any one of us, Remain or Leave, voted for on June 23?

Britain is not the only country rife with division amid referendums and bitter arguements over nationalism. Hispanophile Tim Parfitt examines another turbulant period in Spanish/Catalan relations

It’s a great day for democracy, says Labour MP for Tottenham, David Lammy

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