Kim Sengupta on the Iraq War
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Kim Sengupta on the Iraq War

Defence and Diplomatic Editor for The Independent, Kim Sengupta, reflects on his time reporting in…

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Kim Sengupta on the Iraq War
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Kim Sengupta on the Iraq War

Defence and Diplomatic Editor for The Independent, Kim Sengupta, reflects on his time reporting in…

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The Chilcot Inquiry and the Iraq War in Numbers
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The Chilcot Inquiry and the Iraq War in Numbers

Billions of pounds. Thousands of lives. One potentially explosive report several years in the making.…

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A Timeline of the Iraq War and the Chilcot Report
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A Timeline of the Iraq War and the Chilcot Report

The key events from 11 September 2001 to the publication of the Chilcot Inquiry today…

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Fear and Loathing in Great Britain
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Fear and Loathing in Great Britain

Has Brexit made the UK a more hateful, racist place to live? Follow The Independent…

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Who will replace David Cameron as Prime Minister?
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Who will replace David Cameron as Prime Minister?

Tory MPs must whittle down the contenders to a shortlist of two. Charlie Cooper takes…

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6 ways Brexit will affect you
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6 ways Brexit will affect you

Our Chief Political Commentator, John Rentoul, looks at what the vote to Leave means in…

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The Corpse Project Part One: Bringing Back the Barrow
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The Corpse Project Part One: Bringing Back the Barrow

Thousands of years ago, prehistoric communities buried their dead in barrows – stone structures covered…

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EU Referendum: What is Article 50?
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EU Referendum: What is Article 50?

When the European Union member states drafted and then approved the Treaty of Lisbon in…

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Brexit: 5 things we learned from a night that shook Europe
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Brexit: 5 things we learned from a night that shook Europe

The United Kingdom is a country divided, and may not be a country for long,…

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