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From constitutional questions to Cats, the stories you enjoyed most this year

By Stephanie Boland  

Brexit dominated the headlines again in 2019. Photo: SOPA Images/SIPA USA/PA Images

Can it really be less than six months since Theresa May resigned? (Let alone barely a year on from when she won a vote to challenge her leadership.)

We come to the close of 2019 mere weeks after a general election which saw Boris Johnson’s Conservatives achieve a majority of 78. The new year looks set to open, then, with the end of the beginning when it comes to Brexit: we are now, we must assume, leaving…

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