50 days to Brexit: May holds ‘robust but constructive’ talks with Juncker
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50 days to Brexit: May holds ‘robust but constructive’ talks with Juncker

“Still no breakthrough in sight” – Donald Tusk’s verdict after his meeting with Theresa May…

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Economists on impact of no-deal Brexit
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Economists on impact of no-deal Brexit

A group of Brexiteers have launched their proposals for a free trade agreement between the…

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Brexit deadlock – as Tusk says ‘special place in hell’ for Brexiteers with no plan
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Brexit deadlock – as Tusk says ‘special place in hell’ for Brexiteers with no plan

Going nowhere fast. At least that’s according to the European Council President Donald Tusk, who’s…

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Sayeeda Warsi on Islamophobia, the changing face of Conservative politics and human rights policy
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Sayeeda Warsi on Islamophobia, the changing face of Conservative politics and human rights policy

Sayeeda Warsi was the first Muslim MP to serve in British Cabinet. She resigned in…

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Fighting far-right extremism in white communities
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Fighting far-right extremism in white communities

For years, critics of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy, the Prevent programme, have claimed it stigmatises…

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Interview with Venezuela’s ‘Interim president’ Guaidó on Maduro and need for aid
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Interview with Venezuela’s ‘Interim president’ Guaidó on Maduro and need for aid

The man Britain now recognises as President of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, has called on European…

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May defends Brexit strategy in Northern Ireland
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May defends Brexit strategy in Northern Ireland

Theresa May has sought to reassure business leaders and politicians in Northern Ireland that there…

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Free speech debate: new guidelines to protect university speakers’ ‘lawful free speech’
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Free speech debate: new guidelines to protect university speakers’ ‘lawful free speech’

The Equalities and Human Rights Commission has published new guidlelines backed by the government and…

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Davido on Afrobeats and a future career in Nigerian politics
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Davido on Afrobeats and a future career in Nigerian politics

He’s been described as the alpha male of Afrobeats, one of the most followed African…

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The women on the frontline of the protests in Sudan
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The women on the frontline of the protests in Sudan

Yousra Elbagir reports on the women on the frontline of the protests in Sudan, who…

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