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The Electoral Commission has re-opened the case against the official campaign over concerns it colluded with unofficial organisations.
Banksy’s Brexit mural.
Are British universities under threat of censorship?
Corbyn and Barnier: let the negotations commence.
Unpicking why Labour has shifted its Brexit strategy to push for single market membership during a transitional period.
52% vs 48%: what would have changed that?
Education, turnout, jobs and gender were key factors – but would they have altered the result?
Still in, for the time being.
In the 12 months since the EU referendum, the nation has only become more confused about where it's heading.
Bottery and aggravated assault.
Our whole system of political campaigning needs a reboot.
Youth on the march.
Yes, young voters' choices had an impact, but not a decisive one.
If there's political will, Britain could retain its membership of the single market – or it could crash out without a deal.
Then I saw her face, now I’m a re-leaver.
Are you wrong because your opinion differs from the majority, or should you stand your ground?
‘My fellow Caledonians …’
The Scottish nationalists' election pitch is about damage limitation, not a radical sell.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall.
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Immigration targets are based on a lack of understanding of the UK's labour needs and could seriously damage the economy.
Welcome to the new Wild West.
The costs of mobility.
The political ramifications of a society in stasis.
Sir Duke wants a second referendum. Or does he?
He's been gone for 40 years but the Duke could still make a valuable philosophical contribution to the Brexit debate.
Pre-referendum polling suggested South Asian voters were quite pro-Remain, but more recent data tells another story.
Can you put a better filter on it?
A certain mentality has been on display in Western democracies of late – and we don't really understand it.
Softer than she seems.
The UK government's inability to devise a fundamentally new economic policy is why it will likely fudge a soft Brexit.
With a second Scottish referendum 'all but inevitable', here's a strange pill for the nationalists to swallow.
The one audience that was prepared for a hard Brexit, it seems, was the City of London.
The way the pound rebounded does not reflect long-term confidence in the currency.