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The UK can learn from New Zealand on how a second referendum can re-boot democracy, says MATT QVORTRUP.

MEP rules mean Nigel Farage must declare who paid for his flight to Strasbourg, Losses mount up for Arron Banks and why Adam Boulton is the king of College Green explains TIM WALKER.

Our diary reveals how Brexit is proving good for Jacob Rees-Mogg’s businesses, the bill for Theresa May’s charm offensive ahead of the vote on her deal... and why Fiona Bruce is the lady for David Cameron.

Our diary focuses on the TV journalists competing for David Cameron’s on screen regrets about Brexit, the ousted Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre’s unlikely casting as a sex god and how the former Tory MP James Wharton has got Gavin Williamson out of his trademark navy blue suit.

The diary columnist on vanquished Mail editor and his missing gong, Channel 4’s Brexit film The Uncivil War, and Kay Burley’s Christmas gift for foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt...

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.

Prominent Brexiteer and Tory MEP Daniel Hannan has said that he believes Brexit will “not happen at all”.

Enough Tory MPs have requested a vote of no confidence in Theresa May to trigger a contest, the chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee has announced.

Nigel Farage has announced that he is quitting UKIP because it has become a party of “extremists”.

A Leave voter has broken down in tears live on the radio after admitted he was wrong to back Brexit.

David Cameron is said to be too frightened about provoking Brextremists to back a People’s Vote... and will there be a knighthood for ousted Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre in New Year’s Honours?

The Russian ruler’s strategy is short-termist, simple and successful, says John Kampfner. But it is ultimately hollow

The most frustrating thing about the culture secretary’s apparent indifference to his brief is that there is a much better candidate for his job, says JANE MERRICK

Mandrake reveals when Kamal Ahmed said ‘all hail, Sir Philip Green,’ Liam Fox combines business with pleasure and Jane Fonda asks why Corbyn is not opposing Brexit.

MIC WRIGHT​ finds plenty to ponder in a new exhibition exploring the complex world of addiction, even if it has less to say about more modern vices.

The Today programme disinvites Patrick Kielty after his epic Twitter showdown with Boris Johnson, the tears of Steve Baker and Boris Johnson’s freebie tickets to get booed at The Oval

When a van drove into crowds outside a mosque in Finsbury Park BASHIR IBRAHIM’s brother was one of those injured. Here Bashir explains why the fight against Brexit is also a fight against racism.

The Wooferendum march was ridiculously British but it was an example of people doing what they can to make the politicians sit up and take notice.

Although David Cameron now has a reputation for being cavalier about membership of even the most worthwhile institutions, he’s apparently missing White’s, the exclusive St James’s club that he quit in 2008 when he twigged it didn’t admit women.

Tory MP Nicky Morgan says Boris Johnson must decide if he’s politician or a hack, Sarah Vine is ‘unsackable,’ Liam Fox’s powder puff and Gina Miller’s mission to Ireland

In the latest Mandrake, Tim Walker takes a look at the BBC’s Brexit Burnley, and a remarkable reverse ferret at the Daily Mail.

Steve Anglesey explores the unfathomable attraction of Boris Johnson.

Gina Miller re-enters the fray on Brexit with a bold new initiative, the Russian link to the new woman in Boris Johnson’s life and how Andrew Marr silences his critics.

For the Conservatives this is all out war – and Boris Johnson is advancing on Downing Street.

Bungling Brexiteer Boris Johnson is to divorce from his wife of 25 years.

The hackneyed phrases being used by Brexiteers highlights the emptiness at the heart of their project

Paul Dacre’s Canaird River Company - backed by EU subsidies - reports record profits, Boris Johnson still refuses to acknowledge his Telegraph salary... and how Andrew Marr could raise his game if he only listened to his wife on Brexit.

In the absence of any leadership, party discipline or coherence on Brexit, the Tories have fallen into a state of constant, low-level civil war, with colleagues openly sniping at one another.

Veteran BBC journalist Gavin Esler on the salesmen trying to convince us to trust them with the UK’s future

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

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