While Continuity Remainers and worried Leavers both see today’s judgment as a block to Brexit, MPs will still vote for it in the end.
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“I was devoted to Michael, his coat was so long and glossy.”
Arise, Lord Farage of Beer.
Have the police, the CPS and anti-press crusaders learned anything from the failure of Operation Elveden?
Millions of pounds were wasted, and dozens of lives disrupted, to no end.
She has spent years spreading poisonous slurs but is still a member of Farron’s party.
Eight of the ten were Leavers. And a certain diehard opponent of Brexit didn’t make the cut.
The politicised forecasts issued in the referendum campaign need to be taken with a hefty pinch of salt.
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Politicians have mostly failed to have the difficult but necessary discussion about what happens when one protected characteristic clashes with another.
He has informed his local association that he is honouring his pledge.
After decades of dithering and delay, a decision is expected tomorrow.
The Culture Secretary should not give opponents of the free press a stick with which to beat the media
Leveson’s legacy includes a rule which contradicts basic principles of British justice.
Two sudden shifts in the value of sterling suggest that traders are relying on fundamentally flawed political advice.
Woolfe is talented, likeable and a natural small-c conservative. Hopefully the talks to try to persuade him to join the blues will now reopen.
Before it was published, speculation ran amok. The BBC even claimed it made the stronger case. Its publication sinks a few myths.