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Independent
17/06/2019 10:09:48 AM
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Javid dismisses Johnson as 'http://www.independent.co.ukyesterday'> Javid dismisses Johnson as 'yesterday's news' as he launches No 10 bid
Brexit declared 'http://www.independent.co.ukchildren'> Brexit declared 'children's word of the year'
Johnson attacked by Tory rivals over £10bn tax-cut plan for 'http://www.independent.co.ukwealthy'> Johnson attacked by Tory rivals over £10bn tax-cut plan for 'wealthy'
BBC Politics
17/06/2019 10:09:30 AM
Johnson tops first Tory leadership poll Three MPs are knocked out in the race to succeed Theresa May, as Boris Johnson secures more than a third of votes.
Johnson's success leaves him vulnerable
The people who will choose the UK's next prime minister
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Johnson's success leaves him vulnerable
The people who will choose the UK's next prime minister
Tory leadership: Who will be the next prime minister?
MP Chuka Umunna joins the Lib Dems The former Labour and Change UK MP says he was wrong to think people wanted a new party.
Change UK applies to change name The party says its application comes after the threat of legal action from petitions website Change.org.
Johnson's success leaves him vulnerable
Javid: Trump state banquet exclusion 'odd' The home secretary said he had questioned Downing Street's decision not to invite him.
Divorce law shake-up tabled in Commons Couples in England and Wales will not have to prove one party is at fault to start proceedings.
BBC edits out Jo Brand acid joke The broadcaster says it regrets any offence caused by the remark about throwing acid at Nigel Farage.
MP Chuka Umunna joins the Lib Dems The former Labour and Change UK MP says he was wrong to think people wanted a new party.
Change UK applies to change name The party says its application comes after the threat of legal action from petitions website Change.org.
Johnson's success leaves him vulnerable
Javid: Trump state banquet exclusion 'odd'
Divorce law shake-up tabled in Commons
BBC edits out Jo Brand acid joke
Boris Johnson and building a Brexit coalition
BBC to bring Brexitcast podcast to TV
Johnson out-fundraises Tory rivals
How the Tory 10 launched their campaigns
UK 'among least family friendly in Europe' Features & Analysis
No-deal Brexit: What you need to know
Who will replace Theresa May?
Brexit: Where do candidates stand?
How will the UK's new PM be chosen?
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University probe delays finance report
MP Chuka Umunna joins the Lib Dems
Johnson's success leaves him vulnerable
Johnson tops first Tory leadership poll
Publicly-owned Prestwick Airport up for sale
BBC edits out Jo Brand acid joke
Wales 'losing 54 banks every year' Cash-flow crisis in Wales as 54 banks close every year
PM asks BBC to explain Jo Brand broadcast
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Politics.co.uk
17/06/2019 10:10:07 AM
Boris Johnson is heading for Downing Street, but he'll hate the experience as much as we will
Breaking the lawyers: yet another Brexit dividend awaiting our service economy
Don't start pining for Theresa May: she was unspeakably dire and this disaster's on her
Week in Review: The Tory party is fast losing its mind
Peterborough: a good night for Labour but everything is still a total mess
The Brexit party weak spot: Data analysis shows where Farage underperformed
A few questions we could maybe ask the Tory candidates about no-deal
Post Mortem: What the European elections tell us about a second referendum
Now's the time to demand Remain MPs work together
The European elections proved the need to reform Britain's voting system
European elections: Remain triumphant
The Spectator
17/06/2019 10:09:49 AM
The two biggest threats to Boris’s leadership bid
Why has British art had such a fascination with fire?
End this farce and elect Boris now!
An early election is beginning to look inevitable for the next Tory leader
Gunning for Narendra Modi
Diversity’s valued — unless it’s diversity of opinion
Boris Johnson: everything about you is phoney
Rory Stewart is a reminder of what Boris Johnson used to be
France’s horror at the prospect of prime minister Boris
Rory Stewart is reassuringly bonkers
An early election is beginning to look inevitable for the next Tory leader
Full list: Tory leadership contenders and MPs backing them
It would be weird if Gove hadn’t taken drugs
The silliness of ‘serious’ leaders
Common sense is the real generation gap – just ask John Cleese
My planning permission hell
Boris is the only one who can save the Tories
The joy of my local paper
Change UK changes name again
The two biggest threats to Boris’s leadership bid
Boris’s burka gag didn’t ‘bring shame’ on the Tories
Watch: Rory Stewart calls for a new parliament to bring Boris down
Supporters of Johnson could vote for Hunt, to ensure an easy final
How Boris’s campaign predicted he would get 114 votes
Boris Johnson’s clear lead increases the chances of a short contest
Rory Stewart’s success is the real surprise of the first Tory leadership vote
Greenwashed: The strange triumph of eco-Toryism
The Hong Kong protests have echoes of Tiananmen
Why has British art had such a fascination with fire?
It’s not just cricket: India vs Pakistan is the greatest rivalry in world sport
Why won’t the Democrats impeach Trump?
Common sense is the real generation gap – just ask John Cleese
The dad revolution hasn’t helped our children – or us
Simon Schama: I’m on tour – singing. Yes, seriously
Heroism in a hopeless cause: why the crusades remain fascinating
Why has British art had such a fascination with fire?
Moby — from teetotal vegan to promiscuous party monster
There is a jewel of a painting at Gagosian's Francis Bacon show
Way more fun than the media would have us believe: The Spice Girls tour reviewed
The rollicking adventures of a real-life female sleuth
The great anti-hero of our time: Diary of a Somebody, by Brian Bilston, reviewed
Easily the best thing I’ve seen at the Grange Festival: Falstaff reviewed
Is one of history’s most rousing speeches apocryphal?
Makes you wonder if you’ve got drunk without noticing: Wild Bill reviewed
Boris is the only one who can save the Tories
The joy of my local paper
My planning permission hell
Dear Mary: Is it ever acceptable to blow my own trumpet?
An alternate reality in Heathrow’s Terminal 5: Fortnum & Mason reviewed
How many words were coined by Thomas Browne?



New Statesman

17/06/2019 10:09:49 AM
Chuka Umunna joins the Liberal Democrats in a coup for Vince Cable
Change UK forced to change its name — again
It should terrify us that it’s impossible to hold Boris Johnson to account
Radiohead’s OK Computer sessions are a place of liberation
Elif Shafak’s Diary: Censorship in Turkey, social media trolls and Europe in flux
In supporting Boris Johnson, desperate MPs know they are backing an idle, lying charlatan
Editor’s Note: The triumph of the know-nothing Right
Only the shock of left-wing governments will make capitalism productive again
“We’re not all hang ‘em and flog ‘em”: the Tory members choosing your next prime minister
Why Labour needs more MPs like Kate Hoey
Why the Conservatives deserve to face extinction if they make Boris Johnson prime minister
In supporting Boris Johnson, desperate MPs know they are backing an idle, lying charlatan
The Johnson audit: the record and misdeeds of the man who could be our next prime minister
Boris Johnson’s racist insults, dog whistles and slurs
Down but not out in Asia
Chuka Umunna joins the Liberal Democrats in a coup for Vince Cable
Change UK forced to change its name — again
It should terrify us that it’s impossible to hold Boris Johnson to account
How AI risks replicating the prejudices of the past
Technology and the common good
Why all AI must be ethical AI
The closing of the conservative mind
The closing of the conservative mind
Personal Story: Taking refuge in the treetops
Editor’s Note: The triumph of the know-nothing Right
I’d like to propose a radical alternative to punish misogynistic men – a marriage strike
Why the Conservatives deserve to face extinction if they make Boris Johnson prime minister
Boris Johnson’s record of chaos shows why we should fear him as prime minister
Why we urgently need a real alternative to GDP as an economic measure
Two years after Grenfell, why are social tenants still waiting for their regulator?
Commons Confidential: Stone-cold Sadiq becomes red-hot ticket
How would Boris Johnson solve the Irish border problem?
Deadwood: The Movie concludes the bloodiest, sweariest, most swaggering of Westerns
How manga opened up new worlds
Matthew Stadlen’s Notebook: back on the festival circuit
How to get a Banksy off the wall
In its portrayal of men and women, Killing Eve echoes life – with added weapons
Sometimes Always Never: the Bill Nighy Scrabble drama suffers from too much quirkiness
How YouTube’s algorithms to keep us watching are helping to radicalise viewers
Hussein Kesvani’s Follow Me, Akhi: investigating Islam and the internet
"A license to print money": how AI created a £26m deficit for one NHS group
How Big Tech funds the debate on AI ethics
The Moon: an in-depth study of our closest celestial companion
Rocket man: why Jeff Bezos wants to take humans into space
Denmark has shown how to renew European social democracy
Deposed dictators have often found somewhere to flee to – so where would Putin go?
Why the British government must speak up for the people of Hong Kong
The senseless cruelty of the Trump administration’s cuts to legal aid for migrant minors
The night the lights went out: what really happened in Tiananmen Square
Is Angela Merkel’s coalition about to collapse?