The 52 per cent didn’t vote for new free trade deals but a focus on domestic issues
Beneath the cabinet drama, the future of the Brexit departments is proving deeply controversial
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Interior minister Matteo Salvini isn't the only one back in the spotlight. So what's going on—and is it true that journalists are being intimidated?
Franklin Dehousse / July 11, 2018
A former ECJ judge says the Chequers plan does not move things forward
There is an immense amount of Brexit work yet to be done
Theresa May should wind down Dominic Raab's new ministry as soon as possible
Sophia Moss / July 10, 2018
New home schooling proposals force us to consider the role of the parents vs the role of the state
If the numbers were published in a close-run contest, Theresa May could be forced to resign—even if she won a majority of her MPs' support
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