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Burqas, thugs and Brexit betrayal: what's behind UKIP's renaissance?

Burqas, thugs and Brexit betrayal: what's behind UKIP's renaissance?

Scenes in London last weekend were 'straight out of 1930s Germany', a Labour politician says.

  • by Nick Miller

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Fears of 'no deal' prompt a surge in Brexit regret
UK

Fears of 'no deal' prompt a surge in Brexit regret

Hospitals plan to stockpile blood and cancer drugs, supermarkets worry about food supplies, and voters wonder if Brexit is a bad idea after all.

  • by Nick Miller
Farage link to Sydney pornographer raises British eyebrows

Farage link to Sydney pornographer raises British eyebrows

What links 'Mr Brexit' Nigel Farage, Penthouse magazine and a Melbourne escort service? The clue is in a mysterious phone number.

  • by Nick Miller
Brexit minister says EU payoff dead without trade deal
UK

Brexit minister says EU payoff dead without trade deal

Dominic Raab says Britain will withhold the European Union's multi-billion divorce payment if they cannot reach a trade deal.

  • by Edward Malnick
Whatever's on the menu, Trump's diplomacy is a dog's breakfast
Opinion
Opinion

Whatever's on the menu, Trump's diplomacy is a dog's breakfast

The world economy will not improve with the threat of building bigger northern hemisphere military forces and breaking up trade alliances.

  • by Harold Mitchell
'This challenge is different': Top bureaucrat's warning to London audience

'This challenge is different': Top bureaucrat's warning to London audience

Community anxiety about economic inequality is presenting an unprecedented challenge to Western democracies, Australia's top bureaucrat has warned.

  • by Latika Bourke
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'It's not too late to save Brexit', Johnson tells UK parliament
Boris Johnson

'It's not too late to save Brexit', Johnson tells UK parliament

"We have time in these negotiations - we have changed tack once and we can change again," Boris Johnson said in his resignation speech.

  • by Andrew MacAskill
May demands rebels back her plan or risk 'no Brexit'
UK

May demands rebels back her plan or risk 'no Brexit'

The British Prime Minister insists that she has yet to see a 'workable alternative' to the proposals - agreed by the Cabinet last week.

Regulation is the core issue for Brexit and Trump
Opinion
Opinion

Regulation is the core issue for Brexit and Trump

The real agenda is to prevent the British parliament from legislating the safety of vulnerable people like female cyclists.

  • by Crispin Hull
Donald Trump tells May her Brexit plan would 'kill' US trade deal
Donald Trump

Donald Trump tells May her Brexit plan would 'kill' US trade deal

President Donald Trump has inserted himself into the politics of the UK by saying a soft-Brexit by PM Theresa May would kill as US trade deal.

  • by Jessica Shankleman
Trump jokes about UK 'turmoil' while Australia stresses strong friendship
Donald Trump

Trump jokes about UK 'turmoil' while Australia stresses strong friendship

The US President joked that his meeting with Vladimir Putin might be the easiest one during his upcoming European jaunt.

  • by Latika Bourke