Updated : 19/02/2018
 
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Independent
19/02/2018 11:47:07 PM
May can publish assessment of her desired Brexit deal 'right now'
EU fears of Brexit ‘race to the bottom’ are ‘based on nothing’
Watson launches major attack on right wing ‘propaganda’ about Corbyn
Theresa May criticises university vice chancellors who set own pay
Australia says UK could join Pacific trade group after Brexit
Corbyn threatens to sue Tory MP over 'Communist spies' tweet
Was Jeremy Corbyn a Czech informant during the Cold War?
May's ex-deputy warns UK is in danger of 'faith-based' Brexit
Nigel Farage rules out running for Ukip leadership
Sturgeon warns Oxfam sex scandal should not lead to foreign aid cuts
Renew: New anti-Brexit party aims to overturn EU referendum vote
Theresa May's university fees review risks 'imploding at birth'
May facing call for early vote on plans to cut number of MPs
Interim Ukip leader Gerard Batten defends calling Islam 'death cult'
Student finance isn’t working, Theresa May admits
MPs: Food 'must not be sacrificed to cheap imports' after Brexit
Alarm over plan to allow more religious discrimination in schools
Greening: Stop kicking around student finance like political football
MPs voting against Brexit deal will cause 'crisis in British politics'
Labour commits to ensuring all new schools have sprinkler systems
Ukip sacks Henry Bolton as leader in wake of racism row
Security cannot be bargained for Brexit trade deal, Juncker warns May
Labour compares communist spy allegations to 'bad James Bond movie'
UK to split from EU's foreign policy body next year, May announces
May told at conference second Brexit vote would not bring 'shame'
Ukip leader compares scrutiny of private life to Princess Diana
Theresa May to warn EU leaders not to jeopardise border security
Angela Merkel says she is still 'curious' about UK Brexit aims
Angela Merkel tells Theresa May: 'We deplore Brexit'
Labour receives 17,000 emails for members to be given say on Brexit
Tory minister was member of group calling for workhouses for the poor
Nigel Farage admits Ukip 'is collapsing' as party votes on Bolton
BBC Politics
19/02/2018 11:46:51 PM
May rules out scrapping tuition fees
Kuenssberg: What will May do?
Will review make any difference?
Who's paying whose tuition fees?
Foster pushes NI Secretary on budget
Sinn Féin meet Varadkar over talks collapse
Green dismisses Brexit 'conspiracy theories'
Army recruitment system 'unacceptable'
Investors 'fled' as Carillion collapsed
What not to expect from Hammond statement
May: Corbyn should be open on spy's claims
'Bring forward' Commons boundaries vote
Labour 'control freakery' claims rejected
Video 'Everything depends on the UK red lines'
Church spires to boost mobile coverage
Davidson defends foreign aid commitment
Video 7:03 New pro and anti Brexit groups launched
Video 2:57 Labour MP on Corbyn Czech spy tabloid claims
Video 1:40 PM: We must be fair to students and taxpayers
Video 3:01 Women should exploit their 'erotic capital'
Video 1:11 Adonis: Reduce fees 'across the board'
Video 1:10 May replies to 'regrettable Brexit' remark
Out and proud at 91
Behind the famous door
Audio 30:53 Brexitcast
What will May do about student fees?
Theresa May kicks Brexit can down the road
Week ahead in Parliament
Party conferences 2017
Video 7:03 New pro and anti Brexit groups launched
Video 2:57 Labour MP on Corbyn Czech spy tabloid claims
Video 1:40 PM: We must be fair to students and taxpayers
Video 3:01 Women should exploit their 'erotic capital'
Video 1:11 Adonis: Reduce fees 'across the board'
Video 1:10 May replies to 'regrettable Brexit' remark

Politics.co.uk
19/02/2018 11:46:20 PM
MPs call for review into May's 'hostile environment' for migrants
Home Office faces legal challenges over 'right to rent' migrant policy
Health select committee calls for immediate stop to NHS data sharing with the Home Office
MPs call for review into May's 'hostile environment' for migrants
Home Office faces legal challenges over 'right to rent' migrant policy
Health select committee calls for immediate stop to NHS data sharing with the Home Office
Rollout of Universal Credit in Grenfell area halted until 2018
The Spectator
19/02/2018 11:47:08 PM
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Even the BBC’s recipes are politically correct
Why not ban artists who forget to feed their cats or recycle?
My Sri Lankan stroke: how a book festival turned into a horror story
Is it really homophobic to ask whether two men can make a baby?
Toff apologises to the Rees-Moggs
There’s a reason women sell roof tiles in hotpants
Will Jordan Peterson convert to Catholicism?
Was King Arthur really a Roman centurion called Artorius?
Even the BBC’s recipes are politically correct
Not even Peter the Rabbit is safe in the Great Purge
In defence of Katie Price
My trip to Pakistan’s ‘Jihadi Disneyland’
There can be no Brexit deal without Tory unity
Why we keep ignoring NGO sex scandals
Reducing activities to their core misses the point
Does aid do more harm than good?
Why we keep ignoring NGO sex scandals
Homer’s Trojan War epic richly deserves its lavish new BBC adaptation
My trip to Pakistan’s ‘Jihadi Disneyland’
Why we shouldn’t try the jihadi ‘Beatles’ in Britain
Taki: My #MeToo moment
I miss Auberon Waugh. He’d know what to say about relentless women’s issues
I liked Shape of Water well enough but Lady Bird is where it’s at
Why is Virgin East Coast ditching its quiet coach?
The latest Labour bullying row highlights the moderates’ dilemma
Damian Hinds reveals how constrained May is on domestic policy
Sunday shows round-up: Guy Verhofstadt – A trade deal will not be agreed before Brexit
Turkey’s slide into authoritarianism continues
Toff apologises to the Rees-Moggs
Is it really homophobic to ask whether two men can make a baby?
Spectator competition winners: The Love Song of Donald J. Trump
What Prince Charles should say to the Commonwealth
Spectator Diary 2018
‘I was really, really scared’: Jonas Kaufmann opens up about his #MeToo moment
Hitler’s charm offensive at the Berlin Olympics was a sinister cover for his main offensive
David Hare is the kind of second-rate artist who flourished under Stalin
How Lucky Lucan begged me for money shortly before mistakenly murdering the nanny
The last survivor of The Birthday Party’s 1958 premičre remembers the traumatic first night
Mary Whitehouse’s publishers also produced Gang Girls, The Degenerates and Bikers at War
Why do critics claim to adore the waffle-fest that is Long Day’s Journey into Night?
Churchill was all in favour of a united Europe — as long as it didn’t include Britain
I liked Shape of Water well enough but Lady Bird is where it’s at
Why do people risk their lives to fight for a foreign cause?
Lady Bird review: a coming-of-age comedy to fall for
The most delicious moments in literature
The best restaurants for pasta in London
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No, one in three children aren’t obese – this headline-grabbing figure is a statistical invention
Pioneering neuroscience identifies molecular pattern of psychiatric disorders
Spectator Health reporter 14 February 2018
This new device tests the strength of cells – and it could speed up drug trials
Spectator Health reporter 13 February 2018
Pets improve your mental health, new study suggests
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It pays to keep your wits about you when buying a classic car
Technology theft goes both ways – as China is discovering
Building more houses won’t solve anything
Best Buys: Two year fixed-rate buy-to-let mortgages
A programme for Prosperity Britain
Productivity and exports: mission critical for the UK
Rise of the machines
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2346: The name of the game
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I’ve faked my own iPhone death
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‘Sorted’ has always had connotations of menace
Dear Mary: What do you do when your secretary accuses you of not making a pass?
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New Statesman

19/02/2018 11:47:07 PM
Like many others, Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was left in charge of a failing aircraft
Thatcher’s long shadow: has the “miserablist” left exaggerated her legacy?
Four key thinkers more deserving of a revival than “Trump’s philosopher” Ayn Rand
“Fascination and fear”: Rhythm and Reaction shows how Edwardian Britain responded to jazz
Othering, micro-aggressions and subtle prejudice: growing up black and British
Sexless in space: the post-apocalyptic novels re-imagining the future of gender
Planting trees below Turkish bombs in Syria
How Japan is preparing for the great flood
Republicans only care about debt when there’s a Democrat in the White House
Combating smartphone addiction: taking back control of your phone – and your mind
Can you match the YouTube comment to the YouTube video?
Instagram can be painful in a breakup, but it helped me practise being myself
The Goldsmiths Writers' Centre presents Elif Shafak
The Goldsmiths Writers' Centre Presents Nicola Barker
Republicans only care about debt when there’s a Democrat in the White House
“Fascination and fear”: Rhythm and Reaction shows how Edwardian Britain responded to jazz
Like many others, Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was left in charge of a failing aircraft
Othering, micro-aggressions and subtle prejudice: growing up black and British
Sexless in space: the post-apocalyptic novels re-imagining the future of gender
Jacob Rees-Mogg shows just how much the British love a caricature
Planting trees below Turkish bombs in Syria
Thatcher’s long shadow: has the “miserablist” left exaggerated her legacy?
Four thinkers more deserving of a revival than “Trump’s philosopher” Ayn Rand
A Lab of One’s Own: the forgotten scientists who shed stereotypes about women’s abilities
Combating smartphone addiction: taking back control of your phone – and your mind
Marvel’s Black Panther and the politics of diverse superheroes
How Japan is preparing for the great flood
Political tribes: Why democracy is no match for the visceral pull of “us” against “them”
Why US prosecutors have charged a Russian troll farm with interfering in the US election
Instagram can be painful in a breakup, but it helped me practise being myself
On both the left and the right, I’ve never despaired more at British politicians
The DUP adds to May’s woes by shattering hopes of a power-share deal
Ann Summers can’t claim to empower women when it is teaming up with Pornhub
"Some women will shag anything to get anywhere": Lisa Stansfield on fame, Weinstein and Corbyn
What gun control campaigners can learn from Dunblane
The Daily Mail’s reaction to Tom Daley’s baby is a reminder we’re not all equal yet
All the reasons why we need to change the law on renting with pets
Brexit is a mess, but the problem isn't our leaders
A hefty legal bill looks set to bankrupt Ukip for good – but could it be replaced?
Mayor greenlights affordable new prefab flats in Croydon
Is Govia Thameslink right to accuse its passengers of “theft”?
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