The prospect of the UK avoiding Brexit, or even a “hard” version, remains doubtful.
The argument during the referendum was never about free movement, but about immigration in general.
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Former defence secretary Geoff Hoon on the unfolding crisis in the Gulf.
The tensions date back to the maverick rule of Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani.
We need to protect those who protect us.
Labour believe their small lead will only grow – but some Tories think that the only way for the opposition is down.
We are in the throes of a terrible addiction to stuff.
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The government sees leaving the EU as an objective in of itself, which is one reason why it is bungling it.