Updated : 16/10/2019
 
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Independent
16/10/2019 11:47:00 AM
Lib Dems table second referendum amendment to force new Brexit vote
New report puts cost of Brexit at almost £70bn so far
Late night Brexit talks in Brussels ‘on brink of deal’
Live: Varadkar hails Brexit talk progress but gap 'still quite wide'
Johnson wins first vote in Commons three months after becoming PM
Phoebe Weston Why the government’s new environment watchdog must have teeth
Labour hopes to set up state drug company and scrap prescription fees
Hundreds of thousands to demand fresh Brexit vote at major rally
Northern Ireland police holiday restricted amid Brexit violence fears
UK suspends new arms sales to Turkey in response to Syria offensive
UK suspends arms sales to Turkey in response to Syria offensive
Ex-Tory cabinet ministers hint at rejecting Johnson's new Brexit plan
EU sets Boris Johnson midnight deadline to accept its Brexit demands
Tory leaflet leak appears to show Johnson has accepted Brexit delay
Sean O'Grady Why Johnson’s EU deal would actually mean a hard Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn says voter ID plans are ‘clearly discriminatory’
Boris Johnson faces ‘zombie government’ taunt over Queen’s Speech
Brexit deal not possible before summit, EU leaders tell Boris Johnson
PM faces onslaught in parliament over Queen’s Speech
Half a million pounds raised for massive Final Say march
Johnson 'betraying private renters' after shelving evictions pledge
Government announces plan to stop UK citizens voting without photo ID
‘No evidence’ to justify government's voter ID plan, says professor
Boris Johnson’s first Queen’s Speech branded an 'uncosted wish-list'
Rees-Mogg suggests forcing through no-deal Brexit... using EU law
Budget to be held in November, government announces
Labour renationalisation plans would cost £196bn, CBI claims
SNP backs decriminalisation of drugs
Government to announce crackdown on foreign criminals
Johnson's Brexit plan 'will leave everyone in the UK £2,000 worse off'
EU tells Johnson he must move ‘further and faster’ to get Brexit deal
UK policies risk ‘retaliatory deportations’ for Brits living in EU
Priti Patel accused of ‘laughing’ about impact of no-deal Brexit
Boris Johnson can be ‘trusted’ to deliver Brexit, Jacob Rees-Mogg says
Boris Johnson will 'probably not' ask for Brexit extension - Juncker
Boris Johnson to update Cabinet on latest Brexit talks
Labour Party ‘risks bankruptcy over antisemitism investigation’
Jess Phillips might run for Labour leadership if Corbyn resigns
Warning for Labour as voters set to forgive Johnson over Brexit pledge
Blow for Johnson as DUP MP warns Brexit deal proposal ‘cannot work’
Sean O'Grady How Cummings is taking advantage of the powers of incumbency
Keir Starmer says fresh Brexit referendum ‘only’ solution to deadlock
Prospects of Brexit deal now 'promising', culture secretary says
Politics explained
Ashley Cowburn Why is the PM holding a Queen’s Speech with an election on horizon?
Live: EU gives green light for secret negotiations on PM's plan
Spoof MP job ad offers new recruits chance to abuse women at work
Johnson hints at major Brexit climbdown over customs union
PM urged to repay £400m debt to Iran to help free Zaghari-Ratcliffe
Corbyn to step down as leader if Labour doesn’t win general election
BBC Politics
16/10/2019 11:46:43 AM
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Politics.co.uk
16/10/2019 11:47:17 AM
Photo ID: Govt voting reform will discourage ethnic minority voting
Johnson launches the first mythical Queen's Speech
After three years of chaos, I've come to regret my Leave vote
Week in Review: Govt's Oct 31st campaign the pinnacle of Brexit weirdness
Govt no-deal announcement cuts vital services for refugees
A liberal approach to extremism is taking shape - but will the govt let it survive?
Following the game plan: Merkel call latest pantomime act in No.10's Brexit's strategy
The missing millions: Young people and private renters left off electoral register ahead of snap election
Week in Review: Harry and Meghan treatment shows how messed up Britain's attitude to royalty is
Johnson's Brexit proposal is riddled with problems
Johnson's Brexit plan: No viability, no decency, no hope
The Spectator
16/10/2019 11:47:00 AM
The Case Against Reality is hard to get your head around
The EU’s Brexit unicorns
The sorriest three years in modern British history
A ‘transphobic’ crime wave has hit Oxford
The biggest risk with Boris Johnson’s Queen’s Speech
Sadiq Khan’s selective concern about ‘voter suppression’
Watch: Dennis Skinner heckles Black Rod
Boris Johnson’s humiliating Brexit options
Is hate crime really on the rise?
Spain was wrong to jail the Catalan separatists
Nicola Sturgeon’s Brexit bounce
Watch: Emily Thornberry accused of sexism for Commons jibe
Sadiq Khan’s mixed messages on photo ID
A People’s Vote is no substitute for an effective opposition
Extinction Rebellion has already won
Why Roy Cohn is not one of the world’s most evil men
What had the chambermaid made of my penis vacuum pump?
My bid to boost my carbon footprint
All ages are gullible – including our own
Are Boris’s hedge-fund pals conspiring to ‘short the UK’?
We selfish gits must wear the name with pride
There’s no deal – so what next?
Boris needs to be explicit: it’s the UK’s offer or no deal
Even Donald Trump is tweeting about Spectator USA
Could this self-made billionaire become France’s first Muslim president?
Germany’s ailing economy can’t afford a no-deal Brexit
The commercialisation of shooting may kill the whole sport
Why do we keep pretending that children are wiser than adults?
You have to laugh at Extinction Rebellion
The lessons I learned at my Oxford gaudy
Pilferer, paedophile and true great: Gauguin Portraits at the National Gallery reviewed
Three remarkable sisters at the heart of 20th-century Chinese politics
I was born to be on this Bob Dylan podcast, says Geoff Dyer
More misogynistic than the original: ENO's Orpheus in the Underworld reviewed
David Cameron’s For the Record ends where the sorriest three years in modern British history begins
Living on a nuclear submarine does your head in
You'll be blubbing over a wooden boulder at David Nash's show at Towner Art Gallery
Oswald of Northumbria – an Anglo-Saxon saint-king of the north for our time
Patti Smith had a bad year in 2016
Pure, undiluted genius: Succession reviewed
Why Roy Cohn is not one of the world’s most evil men
What had the chambermaid made of my penis vacuum pump?
My bid to boost my carbon footprint
Dear Mary: How can I tell a man at yoga class to cover up?
A vintage tale of Thatcher, Reagan and some truly great wines
What’s the word for a word that’s been used only once?



New Statesman

16/10/2019 11:47:00 AM
There's nothing surprising about the DUP pouring cold water over a Brexit deal
Team Corbyn are using an old, old Labour trick to get their people selected. Will it work?
Nicola Sturgeon reveals her IndyRef2 pitch in SNP conference speech
What's John McDonnell up to?
Be proud of our response to racist Bulgarian fans, but remember our own problems
The SNP hopes Brexit will lead to Scotland’s independence. But the opposite could be true
What happens now the police have banned Extinction Rebellion protests in London?
How a new headscarf row has reignited French divisions over Islam and secularism
Why Scottish Tories will welcome talk of a hard border with England
Why sometimes the most useful thing to do is nothing at all
I tried to protect my abuser’s new partner using Clare’s Law – it made me feel powerless
The SNP hopes Brexit will lead to Scotland’s independence. But the opposite could be true
What's John McDonnell up to?
Would no-deal Brexit lead to a rise in hate crime?
Why nuclear energy is key to net zero
There's nothing surprising about the DUP pouring cold water over a Brexit deal
Virendra Sharma becomes latest Labour MP to be triggered for a full selection process
Team Corbyn are using an old, old Labour trick to get their people selected. Will it work?
Is the UK ready for self-driving cars?
Labour's housing chief promises to put housing "at the centre" of general election campaign
A third of Scottish adults are obese, survey finds
The fantasy of global Britain
Myths from a small island: the dangers of a buccaneering view of British history
Why I now realise there’s no such thing as linguistic decline
Zadie Smith’s Grand Union: stories from a wandering mind
Chris Morris on his new terrorism satire The Day Shall Come
The SNP leadership has defeated the Salmondites in national secretary vote
The Queen's Speech was an election broadcast, but not a very good one
SNP leadership crush conference rebellion on “plan B” for independence
Are Boris Johnson's VoterID proposals an attempt to disenfranchise Labour voters?
“There’s always a risk of boycotts”: how will Brexit affect the next census?
An encounter with Tony Blair was a reminder the UK needs profound change
Michael Hutchence lost his sense of smell – and it all went downhill from there
Zadie Smith’s Grand Union: stories from a wandering mind
Chris Morris on his new terrorism satire The Day Shall Come
How the world caught up with Lana Del Rey
Sofie Hagen’s How To Love Your Fat: irreverent anecdotes and brutal statistics
The rise of scheduling free time
David Pemsel: from the Guardian to the Premier League
“The New Jim Code” – Ruha Benjamin on racial discrimination by algorithm
John Barnes, football race rows and the soul-corrupting economy of today’s new media
The myth of green cars
Why the flight-shaming movement sweeping Europe won’t take off in the UK
Turkey’s attack on the Kurds in Northern Syria already has a mounting civilian cost
The quiet rebirth of the European centre left
Ethiopians are jubilant at the Nobel Peace Prize for Abiy Ahmed
The new Spanish civil wars
Why the left is continuing to win in Portugal