Brexit

The Internet is bringing out our maddest grievances

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The Internet is bringing out our maddest grievances

by Heydon Prowse

Whether they’re great or small, most disagreements get a wide airing nowadays – and corporations are happy to make money from the fallout.
BREXIT COUNTDOWN #5: It’s good to talk

Politics

BREXIT COUNTDOWN #5: It’s good to talk

by Matthew d'Ancona

By stipulating that he will not even come to the table unless his terms are met, Jeremy Corbyn has broken the habit of a lifetime.
The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Vodcast #18: Brexit crisis

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The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Vodcast #18: Brexit crisis

by Drugstore Culture

The DRUGSTORE CULTURE editors discuss the vote on May’s Brexit deal – and the vote on her leadership – and what happens next.
Why fight Brexit when the world is literally ending?

Politics

Why fight Brexit when the world is literally ending?

by Johnny Lucas

The answer: because remaining in the European Union could help with our environmental problems.
BREXIT COUNTDOWN #4: Lunchtime update…

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BREXIT COUNTDOWN #4: Lunchtime update…

by Matthew d'Ancona

…because we know you just can’t get enough of this story.
BREXIT COUNTDOWN #3: About last night...

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BREXIT COUNTDOWN #3: About last night...

by Peter Hoskin

Theresa May's defeat puts us squarely in bat country – we can’t stop here, and all bets are off.
What the country needs is not a vote of confidence in May, but a fresh referendum

Politics

What the country needs is not a vote of confidence in May, but a fresh referendum

by Drugstore Culture

This parliamentary test will resolve nothing.
BREXIT COUNTDOWN #2: Maybe this time….

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BREXIT COUNTDOWN #2: Maybe this time….

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘Been away, now it’s back. Although, to be honest, it never went away.’ The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Editor in Chief breaks down the latest Brexit news.
The last thing we need right now is unity

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The last thing we need right now is unity

by Matthew d'Ancona

From Brexit to artificial intelligence, the future contains a lot of issues that will require painstaking and civilised debate.
BREXIT COUNTDOWN #1: ‘What fresh hell can this be?’

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BREXIT COUNTDOWN #1: ‘What fresh hell can this be?’

by Matthew d'Ancona

There are only 86 days left until Britain’s official departure date.
Moderate jihadis and vigilante mime artists: Welcome to 2019

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Moderate jihadis and vigilante mime artists: Welcome to 2019

by Heydon Prowse

We’ll have to send Jacob Rees-Mogg back in time to save us from the self-aware self-checkout machines. Actually, sorry, he’s already there.
Theresa May has ruled out a People’s Vote, but I don’t buy it

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Theresa May has ruled out a People’s Vote, but I don’t buy it

by Luke Myer

A U-turn Prime Minister, her refusal to consider a second referendum means nothing.
Christmas Day + Brexit = no deal

Christmas

Christmas Day + Brexit = no deal

by Nimrod Kamer

Turkey and politics don’t go very well together, but our guidelines should help you to cope.
A victory that settles absolutely nothing

Politics

A victory that settles absolutely nothing

by Matthew d'Ancona

May's survival doesn't really change the fundamental facts of British politics – Brexit is still a mess.
While parliament navel gazes, young people are taking action

Politics

While parliament navel gazes, young people are taking action

by Amanda Chetwynd-Cowieson and Cathleen Clarke

Young people from across the country are at parliament today campaigning for a People’s Vote.
A sideshow, not a solution

Politics

A sideshow, not a solution

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘This evening’s vote on Theresa May’s leadership is a distraction, an indulgence and a parlour game.’
Brexit Deal-Watch 11: Suspended animation

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 11: Suspended animation

by Matthew d'Ancona

Theresa May has postponed the vote on her proposed Brexit deal and the edge of the cliff, down which the losers will tumble, is starting to look awfully close.
Brexit Deal-Watch 10: Everything has changed

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 10: Everything has changed

by Matthew d'Ancona

The next ten days may well be the most tumultuous in British politics since the fall of Margaret Thatcher in November 1990.