Updated : 22/04/2019
 
Politics
Independent
22/04/2019 10:46:59 PM
How EU elections are dividing the European parliament over Brexit
Author of controversial antisemitism letter chosen as Labour candidate
40 per cent of Tory councillors to back Farage's new party in EU polls
Man who revealed neo-Nazi plot to murder MP ‘at risk of being killed’
Labour MEP candidate ‘regrets’ saying antisemitism was ‘manufactured’
Farage 'will beat mealy-mouthed Brexit referendum calls', Corbyn told
New technology pinpoints prison cells where mobile phones are used
Grassroots Tories boycott campaign for European elections
Foreign aid budget 'under threat with looming Tory leadership contest'
Foreign Office seeks two butlers with knowledge of ‘fine wines’
‘Wolf of Wall Street’ has some advice for Theresa May on Brexit
Johnson as prime minister would ‘make Tory MPs defect to Change UK’
Donald Trump ‘should be allowed’ to address parliament
Diane Abbott ‘sincerely sorry’ after drinking mojito on London train
How would a Final Say referendum happen?
Brexit: Can the PM give Stormont a veto on the Irish border backstop?
Labour deletes Passover tweet over loaf of bread image
May spotted in yellow vest working as marshal at Easter race
Post-Brexit price hikes see families spend billions more on goods
Ukip candidate refuses to apologise to Labour MP over rape tweet
Johnson grabs highly prized office to prepare for Tory leadership bid
Ukip leader storms out of interview after question over rape tweet
Ukip candidate in 'rape' row over Labour MP calls her 'giant b****'
Tories and Labour to lose out to Farage's Brexit Party in EU elections
Corbyn ‘must commit to Brexit vote’ or Farage will snatch Euro win
Technology to keep Irish border open after Brexit 'a decade away'
Theresa May 'facing no-confidence vote among grassroots Tories'
Farage's Brexit Party on course for shock win in EU elections - poll
Anti-Brexit parties refused to join forces for Euro polls say Lib Dems
DWP kept ‘alarming’ universal credit findings secret for 18 months
Criminals could keep records from employers under review by Javid
May has ‘no chance’ of passing deal in time to stop European elections
Leave.EU accused of faking videos and images of 'migrant' crimes
Julian Assange 'will not face death penalty in US', UK told Ecuador
Jon Stone Why should I care who my MEP is?
Rudd could back Johnson for leader despite previous attacks
Senior shadow minister faces calls to apologise over ‘Zionism’ comment
The Independent Group registers as political party for EU elections
'The only thing that can save us is Nigel Farage', jokes EU politician
No UK-US trade deal if Good Friday Agreement undermined, Pelosi says
‘Huge risk’ of UK parliament suffering Notre Dame-type fire, MPs warn
Donald Tusk says Brexit can be stopped: ‘We need dreamers’
Tusk tells MEPs long extension ensures 'all options on table' - live
Tony Blair and Bertie Ahern call for second Brexit referendum
May ‘must appoint deputy’ for next Brexit stage or repeat blunders
What will MPs get up to during their Easter recess?
Ukip MEPs quit to join Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party
Has Nigel Farage killed Ukip with the Brexit Party?
May says government will continue to plan for no-deal Brexit
Javid says he could have been drawn into a life of crime
BBC Politics
22/04/2019 10:46:41 PM
Labour 'must back second Brexit vote'
Can Tories and Labour agree?
Nigel Farage launches Brexit Party
Brexit: A really simple guide
Will Labour push for a public vote?
Queen attends Easter service on 93rd birthday
Huge increase in 'petty' council fines
Facebook bans far right groups and leaders
Crossrail 'could be delayed until 2021'
UKIP candidate not sorry for rape comments
Man jailed over email threats to MPs
Arrest warrant for 'Tory slap' journalist
No-deal Brexit 'means hard Irish border'
Police 'stretched' by climate protests
DUP 'only party that can unite unionism'
Tory MP seeks support to remove Bercow
Video 1:09 Council defends fines for public nuisances
Video 0:44 MEP puts on surprise musical show
Video 2:32 Burgon's 'regret' at Zionism comments
Video 3:22 MP opens up about death of parents
Video 2:17 Rudd: Leadership bid ‘entirely possible’
Video 1:06 Crockery records Brexit 'dog's dinner'
The life of MEPs in Brexit limbo
Are Irish-unionist relations fractured?
How much time off do MPs get?
The beauty contest to be next Tory leader
Is Notre-Dame a warning for Parliament?
What happened to UKIP's class of 2014?
Delay puts Brexit storm on pause - for now
Ferry case adds to list of Grayling mishaps
Week ahead in Parliament
Brexit jargon explained
Video 2:07 Brexit Basics: The customs union
Video 1:09 Council defends fines for public nuisances
Video 0:44 MEP puts on surprise musical show
Video 2:32 Burgon's 'regret' at Zionism comments
Video 3:22 MP opens up about death of parents
Video 2:17 Rudd: Leadership bid ‘entirely possible’
Video 1:06 Crockery records Brexit 'dog's dinner'

Politics.co.uk
22/04/2019 10:47:15 PM
UK politics poll tracker 2019: Latest results ahead of EU and local elections
Britain is heading to the polls twice in May 2019 - and eyes are turning to what the opinion pollsters make of the Conservatives and Labour. Here's a round-up of the latest
Lyrid Meteor Shower 2019 will peak next week - here's how and when to see it
The Lyrid Meteor Shower will peak on Monday night, providing you with the opportunity to see shooting stars in the night sky
Easter Monday 2019 DIY store opening times for Wickes, B&Q and more
All the Easter Monday opening times for major DIY stores across the UK
The Gag Vault - 22nd April 2019
Get your daily dose of 'The Gag Vault'
Perishers - 22nd April 2019
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
Andy Capp - 22nd April 2019
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
The Spectator
22/04/2019 10:47:00 PM
My friend’s death taught me what Easter really means
What would the Brexit party winning the European Elections actually change?
What Democrats must do to defeat Trump
Without Christ we would not have western values
Manspreading, The Movie: Loro reviewed
Dear Mary: how can I stop myself procrastinating?
What David Attenborough’s climate change show didn’t tell you
My least favourite countries in the world
Thank God for western values
Why I was wrong to call for Roger Scruton to be sacked
The Extinction Rebellion protests are targeting the wrong country
What would the Brexit party winning the European Elections actually change?
What would happen if the Gospels were judged in a history contest?
Brexit failure will cost the Tories – whoever their leader is
Why conservatives can’t survive in government
My friend’s death taught me what Easter really means
Are you ‘culture compliant’?
When will Roger Scruton’s detractors admit they were wrong?
Lyra McKee’s murder reveals the ongoing menace of political violence
Spectator competition winners: Sonnets found in ‘Theresa’s loony bin’
Ukraine’s President prepares to go out in style
My friend’s death taught me what Easter really means
What David Attenborough’s climate change show didn’t tell you
Roger Scruton: It’s time to release the tape that got me fired
Is Labour trying to troll the Jewish community?
What would the Brexit party winning the European Elections actually change?
Thank God for western values
It’s not anti-Irish to criticise Leo Varadkar
How Philip Larkin f****d me up
What made the Two Fat Ladies great
A Spectator debate: should euthanasia be legalised? Douglas Murray vs Sam Leith
Thank God for hymns!
Are you ‘culture compliant’?
My friend’s death taught me what Easter really means
Hope will rise out of the ashes of Notre Dame
Whitby Abbey is at the heart of Britain's spiritual and literary history
A new version of Saladin — as silver-tongued diplomat
I admire the scale and ambition of Game of Thrones – but isn’t it just a little bit corny?
The early death of Lili Boulanger is the most grievous of all among composers
Vasily Grossman: eye-witness to the 20th century’s worst atrocities
Was there no end to John Buchan’s talents?
Will the Pilgrims’ Way soon rival the Camino de Santiago?
The daunting, uplifting prose of The Psalms
The invisible man behind Hollywood’s greatest films
At her best Robyn is magical – but her contribution to pop is hardly unique
Recipe: hot cross bun ice cream
The best crowd pleasing wines for Easter
How to stage a naked protest
The London Fix: what to see and do this weekend
Best Buys: Travel credit cards
What did Japan make of Jeremy Hunt’s Brexit mission? 
General de Gaulle was wrong about Britain joining the EEC
Will France cut taxes and boost the economy in response to the protests?
The comedy and tragedy of Trump
A moral dilemma on my freebie holiday
The truth is messy. Village gossip is even messier
Dear Mary: how can I stop myself procrastinating?
The ideal restaurant for the mythical Spectator reader: Bellamy’s reviewed
Epics are hard and dull – but today’s are ‘great’ and ‘nice’



New Statesman

22/04/2019 10:46:59 PM
The People’s Vote shows you should fight for what you believe, not what seems possible
“All the promise of Northern Ireland’s post-conflict generation”: a tribute to Lyra McKee
More than a spectator: the rise of Andrew Neil
Spring Reflection: A birdhouse makes a home
The agony and the ecstasy of the Mueller report
Multi-swings, souped-up buggies and dropping it in the hole: why presidents cheat at golf
Parenting problems, Murdoch’s family drama, and how genre stormed the mainstream
Jeremy Hunt: the last Cameroon
Labour MPs to urge Corbyn to drop second referendum demand
I founded Renew to catalyse Change UK. Now Tony Blair can catapult us to power
“All the promise of Northern Ireland’s post-conflict generation”: a tribute to Lyra McKee
The agony and the ecstasy of the Mueller report
Technology and border control
“All the promise of Northern Ireland’s post-conflict generation”: a tribute to Lyra McKee
Labour MPs to urge Corbyn to drop second referendum demand
I founded Renew to catalyse Change UK. Now Tony Blair can catapult us to power
What is “new municipalism”, and can it really combat austerity?
A case of man vs beast: the fight for nonhuman rights
More than a spectator: the rise of Andrew Neil
Spring Reflection: A birdhouse makes a home
How millennial socialism went global
Labour MPs to urge Corbyn to drop second referendum demand
Labour has dominated Wales for a century. But Plaid’s new leader has his rivals worried
Notre Dame is a reminder that the Palace of Westminster could be next
David Lammy: Why I don’t regret calling out the far-right on Andrew Marr
The rise and fall of British democracy
Poverty and the porridge myth
Jews and the money myth
Spring Reflection: A birdhouse makes a home
Terry Hall Q&A: “I'm happy to have reached 60. It's really no different to...
Extinction Rebellion wants to save the planet. Could it save the arts in the process?
The first images of a black hole are a moving reminder of our collective vulnerability
Jack Dorsey’s 5-meals-a-week diet looks a lot like a Silicon Valley-style eating disorder
How wearable tech will send the worried well running to their doctors
Flop accounts: Instagram’s latest haven for online bullying
Theranos: how a medical fraud exposed Silicon Valley’s cult of disruption
Five ways Trump’s attorney-general misled the public about the Mueller Report
In Sudan, President Bashir is gone – but the shadow of his government remains
Gallery: Notre Dame Cathedral destroyed by fire
What we’re looking out for in the redacted Mueller Report
Notre Dame was built to last until the end of the world
Trump’s attacks on Ilhan Omar are an exercise in thinly-veiled political opportunism