Updated : 25/08/2019
 
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Independent
25/08/2019 10:47:04 PM
Hi-tech scanners to cut security waits at airports
Britain to give £90m to help children in war zones go to school
Post-Brexit trade deal with US won’t be ‘plain sailing’, warns Johnson
Boris Johnson vows to confront Trump over trade war with China
How the Brexit tribes are preparing the blame game ahead of no-deal
Labour demands Johnson refuse to sign post-Brexit Brazil trade deal
Johnson blasts Macron's threat to link Brazil fires with trade deal
Johnson expects EU talks to replace Irish backstop ‘in coming weeks’
Boris Johnson lobbying Trump to help land top IMF job for Osborne
Funding for research into 'green' flying taxis and delivery drones
Boris Johnson warned not to push Britain into 'Trump first' Brexit
Jon Stone Did Angela Merkel really set Boris Johnson a 30-day Brexit deadline?
MP Jared O'Mara arrested on suspicion of fraud, reports say
PM's minister 'cosying up' to far-right Brazilian government - live
Labour say UK is ‘complicit’ in Amazon rainforest catastrophe
Tory MP says Dominic Cummings should have been barred from No 10
Macron shoots down PM's Brexit plan - live updates
How will Johnson handle his debut on the world stage?
Johnson may 'declare no confidence in himself' to force no-deal Brexit
Labour must 'seriously consider' backing alternative caretaker PM
Emmanuel Macron dashes Boris Johnson’s hopes of new Brexit deal
Ending free movement for EU citizens on day one of Brexit ‘impossible’
Macron says UK can still revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit
UK’s ‘warped’ first-past-the-post system gave ‘wrong winners’
PM warned US trade deal 'highly unlikely' if Ireland has hard border
Boris Johnson accepts Merkel challenge to replace Irish backstop
Why Boris Johnson’s inquiry will give HS2 the go-ahead
Johnson accused of 'steamrolling' Ireland as EU unites
EU commissioner launches withering attack on ‘unelected’ Boris Johnson
DWP advised claimants to search for 'striptease artist' roles
Tory minister 'crashed into car while talking on phone', driver claims
NHS bosses ordered to 'stick to script' on no-deal Brexit
Finland to decide how Britain votes on EU laws
Boris Johnson girlfriend Carrie Symonds ‘barred from entering US’
Review to consider whether HS2 rail project should be axed
Attenborough says people 'fed up' with EU, but won't give Brexit view
Johnson 'hell-bent' on no-deal Brexit, former Tory minister says
Tory mayoral hopeful under fire over police numbers 'useless' remark
John Rentoul Does Michael Gove’s no-deal spin actually work?
UK to withdraw officials from EU meetings from September 1
EU issues damning dismissal of Boris Johnson's Brexit backstop plan
Tory chair won’t deny no-deal Brexit dossier is under three weeks old
Europe shoots down PM's Brexit backstop plan
Tories ordered to make changes after being rapped by election watchdog
Tory plan to increase pension age to 75 ‘chilling and immoral’
Diane Abbott vows to support Remain over Labour Brexit deal
Labour to ban pet monkeys
Government dismisses calls for release of no-deal Brexit assessments
PM accused of having 'no negotiating strategy' after letter to Tusk
Khan lashes out at ‘cruel’ plans to end free movement on 31 October
BBC Politics
25/08/2019 10:46:43 PM
US must compromise to get UK trade deal - Johnson Boris Johnson will meet US President Donald Trump at the G7 summit in France on Sunday.
Tusk and Johnson clash over who is 'Mr No Deal'
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Tusk and Johnson clash over who is 'Mr No Deal'
What trade deals has the UK done so far?
Johnson: UK will not retreat from global community Speaking ahead of the G7 summit, the prime minister says the UK will be an "energetic partner" after Brexit.
MP Jared O'Mara arrested in fraud probe The independent Sheffield MP was quizzed by South Yorkshire Police officers, according to sources.
Patel to discuss Channel migrants with France It comes after more than 60 migrants - including children - attempted to cross the Channel on Thursday.
Secret files reveal rocky road to peace Newly declassified files show tensions between the governments over the ceasefires of the 1990s.
Bake Off judge Leith joins hospital food review The celebrity chef will help set new quality standards as part of the government's review of hospital food.
UK 'cannot end freedom of movement' on Brexit day The UK has no system to work out who is legally in the country after a no-deal Brexit, experts say.
Johnson: UK will not retreat from global community Speaking ahead of the G7 summit, the prime minister says the UK will be an "energetic partner" after Brexit.
MP Jared O'Mara arrested in fraud probe The independent Sheffield MP was quizzed by South Yorkshire Police officers, according to sources.
Patel to discuss Channel migrants with France It comes after more than 60 migrants - including children - attempted to cross the Channel on Thursday.
Secret files reveal rocky road to peace
Bake Off judge Leith joins hospital food review
UK 'cannot end freedom of movement' on Brexit day
C4 News boss wants to call out 'lying' politicians 2d
Anthrax hoaxer admits sending white powder to MPs 2d
Backstop indispensable, Macron tells Johnson 2d
HS2 rail project to be reviewed 3d
Gove pledges to ensure traffic flows after Brexit 3d
Did Boris Johnson put his foot in it in France?
Why is the Irish border blocking Brexit?
The plan to force companies to be no-deal ready
What role will Carrie Symonds play in Downing Street?
Would a Labour government cancel Brexit? Watch/Listen
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Video 1 minute 10 secondsNo-deal warnings 'are old projections' Latest Updates
Tusk and Johnson clash over who is 'Mr No Deal'
EU 'willing to listen' to Johnson's Brexit plan Brexit: Donald Tusk says EU 'willing to listen' to Boris Johnson's plan
Biggest Pride Cymru parade draws 15,000
Johnson: UK will not retreat from global community
Experts cast doubt on deposit return timetable
Johnson: New Brexit deal won't be a cinch
Johnson: Brexit 'is not a cinch' Boris Johnson on Brexit negotiations with the EU
Cancer patients to have dedicated support worker
Adventure resort backed for forest site
Why you can trust BBC News Breaking

Politics.co.uk
25/08/2019 10:47:21 PM
Week in Review: The UK goes full Basil Fawlty
Hidden history: The Nazi-Soviet pact which Russia now tries to deny
The great Brexit 'up yours': How three decades of euroscepticism made the UK go full tabloid
Punished through their parents: The war on migrant children
The no-deal threat: What happens when the problems interact?
Week in Review: Greta refuses to know her place
Out of sight: British press ignores the continuing horror in Afghanistan
Boris Johnson's cringing post-Brexit foreign policy
Psychological warfare over no-deal masks a strategic vulnerability
Brexit pacts: The latest desperate attempt to game a broken first-past-the-post system
Our fight against fake news is starting to turn the tide
Nominations now open for BASC Ladies Star of Shooting award 2019
The Spectator
25/08/2019 10:47:05 PM
It's time to talk about what no deal really means
Cricket's guilty men: my list of who deserves to be sacked for the Ashes debacle
Who'll be the next jihadi-jackpot winner?
Why you can't let Brexit affect your life
We need the monarchy more than ever
By royal disappointment: Meghan and Harry’s behaviour is undermining the monarchy
Alastair Campbell’s remain rally fails to draw the crowds
It’s time to talk about what no deal really means
Why a whole new generation of young Europeans are turning to old-school reggae
Why Britain, like Iceland, will thrive outside the EU
Why Denmark should sell Greenland to Donald Trump
Trump’s Yin and Yang game with China
Cricket’s guilty men: my list of who deserves to be sacked for the Ashes debacle
Can France keep Germany in check after Brexit?
How verbal and physical abuse drove me out of the police
What would George Orwell make of Brexit?
Boris’s nightmare is that the EU accepts his Brexit offer
Stop thinking Merkel will save us, Dominic Cummings warns
CCHQ leaves potential candidates scratching their heads
Who’ll be the next jihadi-jackpot winner?
It’s time to talk about what no deal really means
The royals should embody virtue – not signal it
Is there anything that can’t be put down to a ‘condition’?
Why you can’t let Brexit affect your life
How Captain Mainwaring lightened my mother’s dying days
By royal disappointment: Meghan and Harry’s behaviour is undermining the monarchy
We need the monarchy more than ever
The Spectator's Notes
Brace yourself for no deal
Why a whole new generation of young Europeans are turning to old-school reggae
How verbal and physical abuse drove me out of the police
Why Britain, like Iceland, will thrive outside the EU
How did my children become more middle class than me?
Why a whole new generation of young Europeans are turning to old-school reggae
Novel explosives of the Cold War
Unlike the Tarantino, this has humanity, sympathy and generosity: Pain and Glory reviewed
We should all share the blame for the Rohingya tragedy
The treasures to be found mudlarking by the Thames
From bitter loss to sweet relief: baking as therapy
Tony Slattery is still a miraculously gifted comedian
Why this première felt important: James MacMillan’s Fifth Symphony reviewed
A single man of no fortune must be in want of a job: younger sons in Jane Austen’s England
Why was Sigmund Freud so obsessed with Egypt?
How Captain Mainwaring lightened my mother’s dying days
A mysterious case of fly-tipping immunity
Dear Mary: How can my son tell if his cleaner is stealing from him?
Like Twitter, but with food: Market Hall Victoria reviewed
Are our feelings towards politics apathy or inertia?



New Statesman

25/08/2019 10:47:04 PM
Fear, shame, guilt, suicide: ordinary Germans at the end of the Second World War
Justice in the balance: the fight for power and influence in the US Supreme Court
Personal Story: Grief, memory and an old PlayStation game
The world has the power to make Brazil’s Bolsonaro pay for his destruction of the Amazon
Deborah Levy’s The Man Who Saw Everything: a mixture of parable, love story and history
Football’s adoption of VAR is another symptom of an era that can’t stand nuance
Why economic warnings may no longer be enough to stop Scottish independence
Taylor Swift's Lover: an uneven mix of catchy pop songs and bland filler
Another day, another politician in Wales talking about devolved issues. Does it matter?
The great university con: how the British degree lost its value
The world has the power to make Brazil’s Bolsonaro pay for his destruction of the Amazon
11 very urgent questions I have about Taylor Swift's new song London Boy
Why economic warnings may no longer be enough to stop Scottish independence
Japan: where necessity is the mother of invention
Why economic warnings may no longer be enough to stop Scottish independence
Another day, another politician in Wales talking about devolved issues. Does it matter?
No, Angela Merkel hasn't handed Boris Johnson a lifeline on the backstop
Labour to scrap “deeply unfair” predicted grades system for offering university places
For private renters the housing crisis is a more pressing concern than Brexit, poll finds
RWE announces decision to close Aberthaw B power station
The great university con
The great university con: how the British degree lost its value
Fear, shame, guilt, suicide: ordinary Germans at the end of the Second World War
Women against a no-deal Brexit, luring swifts to my garden and wishing Greta well
Ezra Furman Q&A: “I would have enjoyed the hunter-gatherer era”
The strange cult of Dominic Cummings
No, Angela Merkel hasn't handed Boris Johnson a lifeline on the backstop
Will the next general election be 2017 all over again?
Jeremy Corbyn knows how he wants to attack Boris Johnson – will it work?
Why increasing the state pension age to 75 is a terrible, divisive idea
Just when you think it can't get any worse, the government wants to scrap HS2
Leader: The great British university con
Euphoria offers a much-needed, fresh perspective on teenage girls’ mental health problems
Fear, shame, guilt, suicide: ordinary Germans at the end of the Second World War
The new book magazine with 30,000 words per issue – written entirely by one man
Social care robots privatise loneliness, and erode the pleasure of being truly known
Netflix’s model means it makes shows no one else would. It also means it’ll cancel them
How Peter Thiel’s Palantir quietly won £10m of MoD contracts
Why can’t we just quit Twitter?
The police know what you’ll do next summer
How austerity has caused an emergency service crisis in France
Why Italy is heading for crisis once more
Hong Kong's battle for democracy
French MPs are protesting police violence in Hong Kong. They should look closer to home
Europe's many migrant crises
The long search for Iraq’s missing