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Independent
22/01/2020 06:46:58 PM
Jon Stone Could Gibraltar join the EU’s borderless Schengen area after Brexit?
Boris Johnson suffers third defeat in Lords over EU law
Starmer clears leadership hurdle with union nomination
UK government plan to ditch EU regulations could lock out British firm
Brexit trade talks may not start until March, says EU
Peers defeat Johnson over physical proof of EU citizens right to stay
Phillips says Labour must celebrate immigration and not 'appease'
Replacing HS2 with upgrades would create ‘absurd disruption’
PM under fire for HS2 costs and immigration crackdown plans
Johnson announces end to aid for coal projects overseas
Gibraltar considers joining EU’s Schengen area to ease Brexit damage
Bercow could be denied peerage unless he joins Labour
Trophy hunting ‘fuels race injustice as bad as apartheid’, MPs told
All the other things you could do with £106bn instead of funding HS2
Deadline looms for voter registration in Labour leadership contest
Phillips admits she 'probably won't win' Labour leadership race
Sean O'Grady How Johnson could face one more defeat over Brexit
Johnson tells Putin 'no normalisation' of UK-Russia relationship
Boris Johnson to impose new restrictions on EU immigration
MPs call for unlimited fines for electoral law breaches
Johnson accused of making impossible pledge for climate crisis summit
Corbyn faces backlash over peerages plans for Bercow and ex-aide
‘Embarrassing’ for a man to win Labour leadership, says Phillips
Boris Johnson considers moving House of Lords to York
Why people are joining Labour to vote in the leadership contest
Boris Johnson faces Lords defeat over child refugees protections
Lizzy Buchan What is happening in the Lib Dem leadership race?
Boris Johnson orders Trump trade talks to begin the day after Brexit
Sadiq Khan pledges to make London carbon-neutral by 2030
Labour warns of ‘blighted’ childhoods in slum rented homes
Labour leadership candidates clash in Liverpool hustings
Labour leadership candidates clash over antisemitism
Sajid Javid admits some businesses will be hit by Brexit
Johnson unveils Brexit day celebrations after Big Ben bong fiasco
Live: UK will rejoin EU claims Brussels chief, as Big Ben row erupts
Keir Starmer cements early lead over rival Rebecca Long-Bailey
Jon Stone What Britain is losing when its MEPs leave Brussels for the final time
Lib Dems to wait until summer to name Jo Swinson's successor
Government denies Verhofstadt claim over EU citizens' right to remain
Starmer ‘may not give Long-Bailey top job if he wins’, ally predicts
Verhofstadt: Young voters will reverse Brexit in ‘coming decades’
Adam Forrest Inside Politics: Long-Bailey lashes out at ‘gentlemen’s club’
New hospitals delayed for years by Carillion collapse, report finds
Culture secretary suggests end to all-male shortlists after Oscars row
Rebecca Long-Bailey promises to end ‘gentlemen’s club’ of politics
John Rentoul What does Momentum’s backing mean for Rebecca Long-Bailey?
Full Brexit trade deal by end of year ‘just not possible’, EU says
Momentum officially endorses Rebecca Long-Bailey for Labour leader
Trump threatened 25% car tariffs on UK over Iran nuclear deal
Long-Bailey ‘personal’ support for abortion limit in disability cases
BBC Politics
22/01/2020 06:46:40 PM
Jess Phillips quits Labour leadership race The Birmingham Yardley MP bows out of the contest as Lisa Nandy gets the backing of the GMB union.
Who will be Labour's next leader?
Profile: Jess Phillips
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Labour leadership hopefuls bid for union backing
Lords send amended Brexit bill back to MPs Peers make five amendments to the legislation, but the government plans to overturn them in the Commons.
New Tory MPs 'not welcome' at miners' gala A Durham miners' official paraphrases Boris Johnson saying he'd rather "die in a ditch" than invite Tories.
Devolution politicians reject PM's Brexit bill Welsh politicians refuse consent to Brexit bill after politicians in Scotland and NI did the same.
Government defeated by peers over child refugees The House of Lords votes to amend the government's Brexit bill by 300 votes to 220.
Tougher terror laws within weeks, government vows Offenders will face more time in jail as "hard truths" are faced after attacks, the Home Office says.
Rise in full-time female workers boosts employment The number of women in work has grown by 0.5% in the three months to November, the highest rise for a year.
Lords send amended Brexit bill back to MPs Peers make five amendments to the legislation, but the government plans to overturn them in the Commons.
New Tory MPs 'not welcome' at miners' gala A Durham miners' official paraphrases Boris Johnson saying he'd rather "die in a ditch" than invite Tories.
Devolution politicians reject PM's Brexit bill Welsh politicians refuse consent to Brexit bill after politicians in Scotland and NI did the same.
Government defeated by peers over child refugees
Tougher terror laws within weeks, government vows
Rise in full-time female workers boosts employment
Can Johnson calm fears for the union?
Finance minister not pursuing corporation tax cut 9
Government loses first votes since election 1
England's 'largest' town council to be formed 11
Sex and religious education to be made compulsory 6
Video 1 minute 29 secondsLong-Bailey: Labour has to be 'ruthlessly focused'
Video 1 minute 25 secondsBrown: 'I think the United Kingdom could end'
Video 2 minutes 34 seconds'Election result was worse than my exaggeration'
Video 13 minutes 48 secondsIn full: Sir Keir Starmer interview
Video 1 minute 28 secondsTice: Big Ben situation is pathetic Features & Analysis
How could NI's finance minister raise more money?
What Brexit could mean for Africa
The week ahead in Parliament
The defeated MPs deciding what to do next
Sturgeon: Wellbeing as important as economic growth
Tories 'in limbo' over Vale of Glamorgan candidate
Smacking ban in Wales set to clear final hurdle
Just how blow-out is the HS2 budget?
No opt out of sex education and religion lessons No opt out of sex education and religion classes in Wales
Lords send amended Brexit bill back to MPs
Jess Phillips quits Labour leadership race
Sex and religious education to be made compulsory
Devolution politicians reject PM's Brexit bill

Politics.co.uk
21/01/2020 11:47:19 AM
Election 2019: The ethics of voting for the lesser evil
The Remainer election guide: Where to campaign
Strapped-in and outplayed: How Boris Johnson's Brexit plan undermines Britain
Week in Review: Tory disinformation campaign intensifies
Play it like it's 2016: Tories descend into anti-immigrant lies
Canterbury: Fighting to hold the anti-Tory vote together
Nationalisation for the public good: Labour's radical new programme emerges
Thousands of European children at risk from Home Office immigration scheme
Week in Review: Nothing these people say makes the least bit of sense
The hidden truth: Polling shows the public are open to free movement
The war against the non-religious: Blasphemy laws on the rise
The Spectator
21/01/2020 11:47:02 AM
Can Nigel Farage take the Tories to victory?
Our flood defences aren’t fit for the climate we have now
Exclusive: Dominic Cummings’s secret links to Russia
Trevor Rene’s battle to stay in Britain
Sordid confessions of a Centrist Dad
Children’s questions about death are consistently good fun
What Hillary Clinton doesn’t understand about Brexit
The reason Jews are scared of a Corbyn government
‘He’s running away’: Corbyn heckled on campaign trail
The apocalyptic self-righteousness of Laura Pidcock
Hillary Clinton’s transgender heresy
Can Nigel Farage take the Tories to victory?
Brexit party’s Dudley bust-up
Labour’s women-friendly work policies are anything but
Netflix’s ‘The King’ isn’t ‘Francophobic’
The EU is the true successor of the British Empire
How an NHS crisis could lose the election for Boris Johnson
Kent’s HS1 shows how HS2 could benefit the North
The chances of a Tory majority have increased this week
Let’s bring back hereditary peers
‘Utterly betrayed’: Britain’s Jews are now politically homeless
The mesmerising mediocrity of Trump’s opponents
Labour thinks that its trump card is Trump
Boris’s fate will be decided by Lib Dem voters
I’ll vote Lib Dem – but I can’t join them
Drill down and it’s obvious: the fracking debate was lost long ago
Can Nigel Farage take the Tories to victory?
Our flood defences aren’t fit for the climate we have now
The five groups of voters the Tories are targeting
Trevor Rene’s battle to stay in Britain
Exclusive: Dominic Cummings’s secret links to Russia
Be more carthorse: why we would all benefit from a little self-loathing
OK zoomer, is that really the best you’ve got?
It would be a big mistake to underestimate Corbyn
My charter of fundamental rights
Books of the year – part two
What really happened at Troy?
How Nova revolutionised women’s magazines
Eleanor of Aquitaine is still as elusive as quicksilver
The man who built Britain’s first skyscraper
Ben Lerner’s much hyped latest novel reads like an audit of contemporary grievances
Yalta was a carve-up — and the Poles are understandably still bitter about it
Children’s questions about death are consistently good fun
Why are Haydn’s operas so lousy? La fedelta premiata reviewed
Patronising, clichéd and corny: BBC1’s Gold Digger reviewed
I’d rather live under communism than the tyranny of social media
The joy of a Rwandan airport
The strange case of six missing horse rugs
Dear Mary: What should I do about a Lib Dem friend who can no longer take a joke?
Back in the Babington Triangle: Roth Bar & Grill reviewed
Why is a ladybird called a ‘bishy barnabee’?



New Statesman

21/01/2020 11:47:01 AM
How Britain was sold
Amsterdam: Van Gogh’s wet paint under a microscope, and the world’s most silent tourists
Why Lucy Ellmann’s Ducks, Newburyport won the 2019 Goldsmiths Prize
Boris Johnson’s NHS lies, my bulging dossier of deceit, and Sunday Times suppression
Nobel-winning economist Esther Duflo: “Even politicians now realise how mistaken austerity was”
Big backers for Bernie, billionaire maths – and why US capitalism ain’t what it used to be
Labour is on the right path to eliminating the gender pay gap
Impeachment hearings begin with a bombshell
How the Conservatives increased the tax take to a near-record high
The real reason for the UK’s record employment: we’re poorer
Boris Johnson’s NHS lies, my bulging dossier of deceit, and Sunday Times suppression
Sex, intestines and money: YouTuber Hannah Witton on making a career out of taboos
Protecting the connected world
Labour is on the right path to eliminating the gender pay gap
Is it just me, or is this election turning out to be bloody boring?
Tories spend thousands on targeted advertising in Boris Johnson's seat
Major parties make lifelong learning pledges
“Manifesto for the North” launches amid Javid and McDonnell campaign visits
The weaponisation of WiFi
How Britain was sold
We used to see travel as a force for good – but the climate crisis has changed that
Liverpool’s tale is of triumph against the odds, so where do they go when they’re winning?
Leader: The end of national capitalism
How London’s “nose to tail” eatery St John became an institution
Will the floods cost Boris Johnson the election?
Jeremy Corbyn hates fixing Labour selections. So why is he doing it?
The Johnson-Farage pact is a dramatic electoral opportunity for Labour
Leave donor Crispin Odey dismisses calls for Brexit Party to stand aside in Tory targets
Would Jeremy Corbyn really deny the SNP a new independence referendum?
The Liberal Democrats want to be the party of David Gauke, not the party of Tim Walker
Deep England: the strangely moving music of Gazelle Twin and “drone choir” NYX
Marriage Story: a slow, painful story of a slow, painful divorce
The FT's new editor is a sign UK newspapers are changing – but not quickly enough
Was the Labour Party cyber attack really that sophisticated?
Self-reflection apps: the explosive new trend helping us optimise our lives
Revealed: the malicious WiFi networks that can exploit MPs’ phones
Damian Collins on electoral law, disinformation and Dominic Cummings
Spain’s weak governments and a rising far right mark a new political era
Impeachment hearings begin with a bombshell
“We are a conscious collective” – inside Beirut’s revolutionary movement
Spain’s Pedro Sánchez is paying the price for underestimating the far right
A tale of two cities
Germany seems strong, but it is still grappling with the forces unleashed when the wall fell