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When Will Brexiters Accept They Were Conned?

, 20 March 2019
As every day brings more uncertainty, Otto English asks how long will it take Brexit voters to accept that they have fallen prey to a vast Ponzi scheme?
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Argument Brexit

Brexit Zugzwang: How the UK can escape the fierce checkmate-stalemate of now

, 13 March 2019
As the country lurches towards March 29th - Zugzwang Brexit is where our politicians are now at. So what can be done?
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Argument Brexit

17 DAYS TO GO: News from the Brexit Cliff Edge

, 12 March 2019
A weekly comprehensive round-up of what others are writing about the looming exit of the UK from the European Union.
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Argument Brexit

Boris Johnson planning a Trump-like populist bid for PM: backed by Steve Bannon and the Far Right

, 7 March 2019
You can get rid of the ridiculous bouffant hair, but that doesn't stop you being a dangerous buffoon.
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Argument Editorial Tech, Data and Algorithms UK Politics

Crimea River: How Subversive Technology Piloted by Russia in Ukraine was used to Orchestrate Brexit and Trump

, 6 March 2019
Why the West took a risk ignoring Russia's subversive infiltration in Ukraine.
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Reportage Brexit Foreign Affairs Russia

How Repression in Belarus and Revolution in Ukraine Provides a Warning and a Lesson for Brexit Britain

, 6 March 2019
Natalia Kaliada of the Belarus Free Theatre and Mark and Marichka Marczyk explain how protestors can't abandon the barricades if they are to defend their freedoms.
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Culture Brexit Foreign Affairs

Britain’s decline, Britain’s ascension: Brexit on the Edge

, 4 March 2019
BeLeave Whistleblower and Digital activist Shahmir Sanni argues that by revealing the post-colonial corruption of Westminster, Brexit also opens the door to real radical change.
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Argument Brexit

Whitehall Under Fire for Withholding ‘No-Deal’ List from MPs

, 1 March 2019
Civil Service chief forced to defend Secrecy of Cabinet Papers; Assessment revealed that almost one-third of ‘critical’ no-deal projects would be off-track if the UK crashes out of the EU.
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Reportage In Contempt Brexit

Putin Pushing on an Open Door

, 1 March 2019
By ignoring Law-Breaking and Social Media Monopolies British and American Politicians are doing Putin's work for him, argues Tamsin Shaw
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Argument Fact Brexit Interference, collusion and alternative war Putin Tech, Data and Algorithms

The Catastrophe of Success

, 28 February 2019
The catastrophe of success: Trump, Gove and Johnson never expected to win. What now?
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Argument Editorial Brexit Trump

Tribalism is Killing Us: 40 Years of Zipper Blues

, 28 February 2019
Tina Gharavi launches her new regular column on Tribalism with a tour of the Iranian Revolution, Exile The Smashing Pumpkins, and how Brexit is making Britain an alien place.
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Culture Reportage Tribalism is Killing us Middle East Migration

COMMENT & ANALYSIS

, 28 February 2019
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Argument Brexit

Contempt Inquiry challenges Government bid to stop MPs releasing ‘sensitive’ Brexit documents

, 28 February 2019
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Argument Fact Brexit

Contempt Committee: Theresa May’s Government has ‘Not a leg to Stand On’ Withholding Information from Parliament

, 24 February 2019
The Government's attempts to block MPs from requesting the release of "sensitive information" is being scrutinised by a parliamentary committee.
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Reportage UK Politics

How Russian Bots Amplify Britain’s Jacob Rees-Mogg

, 19 February 2019
As his online influence has grown, so have revelations of other relationships between Rees-Mogg and entities with strong Russian connections.
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Fact Extremism Interference, collusion and alternative war UK Politics

Britain is in Crisis – is a New Centrist Party the Solution?

, 7 February 2019
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Argument Editorial UK Politics

The Lessons of Ukraine’s EuroMaidan are Vital to the UK as we Stumble toward Brexit

, 5 February 2019
The conflict in Ukraine came with the suppression of hopeful young people waving the blue and yellow flag of the EU. They saw in that symbol a sign of hope that we have all but lost sight of in the UK.
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Culture Arts Foreign Affairs

VINDALOO VINDICATED – and Why It’s Like Brexit

, 7 January 2019
For those of you wondering, yes, you are about to read a piece paralleling a spicy, sweet astringent Portuguese inspired pork curry with the political, economical and cultural Golgotha that will inevitably follow our departure from the European Union.
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Culture The Missing Ingredient Food and Drink

BREXISTENTIAL CRISIS: The Woman using Philosophical Psycotherapy to Help EU Citizens Cope with Brexit

, 1 November 2018
The EU citizens turning to philosophical psychotherapy to help them cope with Brexit
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Argument Brexit