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As the dust settles from the EU elections Andrew Carter finds compelling evidence that the Brexit cause is faltering.
Andrew Carter explains why the data so far from local authorities on the European Elections turnout gives Remainers cause to be hopeful
In his efforts to woo Labour voters, Farage has refused to publish a Brexit Party manifesto, and no wonder - it has a constitution totally with odds the democratic principles and of which Robert Mugabe would have been proud.
Following our expose of finance and big business affiliations of 20 of the Brexit Party would be MEP's, we're happy to republish a DeSmog article on the other common thread: Meet the Brexit Party's Climate Change Deniers
EXCLUSIVE Property, Finance, Hedge Funds, Lobbying, Media: a Guide to the Brexit Party's Elite MEP Candidates
Byline Times provides a profile of twenty of Nigel "Man of the People" Farage's candidates for this week's Euro Elections, and they look very much like the elites he rails against.
High Court Judge describes court action as "futile" and characterises part of former tabloid journalist's evidence as "irrelevant" and "scurrilous".
Times Editor's Oligarch Friend Behind Controversial 'Muslim Foster Parents' Front Page, Tribunal Hears
Times editor John Witherow insisted that an award-winning journalist write a story about a “white Christian” girl’s placement with Muslim foster parents, in spite of his “significant misgivings”, because it had been handed to the editor by an oligarch friend, an employment tribunal has been told.
Another day, another example from Parliament on how Brexit paralysis is affecting all levels of Theresa May's government.
Our Inside Whitehall correspondent David Hencke returns from a global tour with some short but shocking observations on climate change, Brexit and the rise of China.
Adi MacArtney shines some detailed light on the heated debate about the collapse of biodiversity in our ecosystems.
Matt Hancock accused of “wholly untrue” Parliamentary answer dismissing local MP’s plea for cash-strapped Clinical Commissioning Group
Homeless people risk being banned from their local train station under an increasingly used order called a Withdrawal of Implied Permission (WIP).
The GP At Hand app had led to one tiny medical centre in London now serve more than 48,000 patients. MP Andy Slaughter calls for inquiry into the digital services undermining the NHS.
Thousands of homeless people have been turned away from London's flagship No Second Night Out (NSNO) scheme in recent years, Byline Times can reveal.