Updated : 16/02/2019
 
Politics
Independent
16/02/2019 05:47:08 AM
Majority of Brexit experts believe MPs will approve May's deal
Corbyn suffers revolt as 41 Labour MPs back 'immediate' Brexit delay
May suffers embarrassing defeat as Tories rebel over no-deal Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn to visit Brussels for Brexit talks
Live: May endures humiliating loss as Tory rebels reject motion
Help for 'Tory Brexit' will keep Corbyn out of power, Lewis warns
EU, US and China 'will get new medicines ahead of UK after Brexit'
Tory minister accuses Brexiteers in his own party of 'treachery'
Why has Sir Winston Churchill been called a 'villain'?
Scottish government demands lost EU funding be ‘replaced in full’
Why is there no government in Northern Ireland?
May says she has Churchill portrait amid McDonnell row
Which Brexit amendments are MPs voting on?
MPs vent fury at McDonnell for calling Chuchill a 'villain'
UK a 'diminished country on the wane' after Brexit vote, says Dutch PM
Defeating May in Commons would 'hit PM's chance to win concessions'
Cameron told Saudis 'Obama is not serious in Syria'
Winston Churchill was a 'villain', says John McDonnell
Government must 'get its act together' to prevent Brexit panic-buying
Labour blames Tory austerity for 120,000 excess deaths in broadcast
Labour Brexit splits emerge after Corbyn and Starmer diverge
May faces PMQs grilling over no-deal ferry contract
Government admits it has ‘run out of time’ for no-deal Brexit supplies
May under fire over 'due diligence' claim in ferry contract fiasco
May faces defeat in Commons vote after refusing Brexiteer demands
May dismisses her negotiator saying 'long delay' to Brexit planned
MI6 chief to remain over post-Brexit security fears
May admits she scrapes mould off jam and eats what's underneath
May aide's comments about long Brexit delay trigger Tory outrage
MPs launch bid to stop May running down the clock to no-deal Brexit
May plans to lift 21-day delay to ram through Brexit deal by 29 March
Labour demands May sack Grayling amid claims he misled parliament
Corbyn accuses May of blackmailing MPs to support Brexit deal
UK trying to convince EU that Brexit backstop is illegal
EU unveils plan to keep Eurostar trains running after no-deal Brexit
Grayling faces questions over ‘misleading’ ferry deal claims
Guy Verhofstadt suggests Brexiteers could ‘end up on the guillotine’
Tory MP confronted in live interview over false Marshall Plan claim
EU citizens’ children risk ‘losing right to stay in UK after Brexit’
Conservatives appoint 48-year-old MP as youth spokesman
UK could be days from crashing out of EU before MPs vote on May's deal
Labour MPs furious after just 12 members expelled over antisemitism
Is Theresa May running down the clock until Brexit day?
Video shows Jeremy Corbyn vowing to 'defeat' the EU
Move your Brexit red lines, Labour and EU both tell Theresa May
Food industry threatens to end cooperation over no-deal risk
May distances herself from Williamson's 'hard power' comments
EU negotiator dismisses chance of new Brexit referendum
‘Off the scale of incompetence’: Grayling rejects calls to resign
Universal credit to blame for soaring food bank use, government admits
BBC Politics
16/02/2019 05:46:48 AM
PM defeated over Brexit strategy
'Tory truce' breaks down
Video Why has PM lost another vote?
How did my MP vote?
Why EU leaders are not ready to budge on Brexit
Peer 'took advantage' of vulnerable women
Video 1:20 Rees-Mogg comments on concentration camps
Labour unity call amid split rumours
McDonnell calls Churchill a 'villain'
Prime Minister's Questions: The verdict
Sturgeon steps up no-deal Brexit planning
PM plays down Brexit 'deal or delay' report
Theresa May 'scrapes the mould off jam'
Ford warns of 'catastrophic' no-deal Brexit
Border technology 'could take 10 years'
No ministers could become NI 'new normal'
Video 0:52 PM defeat over Brexit strategy announced
Video 1:57 Barrage of criticism for Chris Grayling
Video 0:19 Leadsom's Valentine's ode to Brexit deal
Video 2:34 Leslie: 'Played like fools' by Labour leadership
Video 3:42 Corbyn on Seaborne: What went wrong?
Video 0:58 PM 'expects BBC to continue free licences'
Dutch Brexit 'monster' is Twitter hit
Mouldy jam: Should you eat what's beneath?
The mystery that is Theresa May
Brexit: Are we running out of time?
How MPs aimed to alter Brexit process
Brexit vote breaks down 'fragile Tory truce'
Plotting and scheming afoot as PM's options narrow
Week ahead in Parliament
Party conferences 2018: At-a-glance
Labour Party conference
Video 0:52 PM defeat over Brexit strategy announced
Video 1:57 Barrage of criticism for Chris Grayling
Video 0:19 Leadsom's Valentine's ode to Brexit deal
Video 2:34 Leslie: 'Played like fools' by Labour leadership
Video 3:42 Corbyn on Seaborne: What went wrong?
Video 0:58 PM 'expects BBC to continue free licences'

Politics.co.uk
16/02/2019 08:47:15 PM
Week in Review: If the govt really believes what it is saying, it has lost touch with reality
May's latest Brexit defeat: The edifice of nonsense comes tumbling down
These irresponsible Brexit games are dealing a body-blow to the Irish peace process
This government has bungled every negotiation it faced and now it's even bungling its bribes
Car crash: The Brexit clear-out of UK manufacturing has already begun
Berger and Venezuela rows show something is fundamentally broken in the Labour party
Hostile Environment: Hundreds of Commonwealth nationals evicted under anti-migrant 'right to rent' rule
Week in Review: We are all talking about nothing as the clock ticks down to oblivion
Overreaction to Tusk's comments shows how thin-skinned nationalists are
Labour's new Brexit policy looks an awful lot like Norway Plus
Warning lights flashing over EU settled status app
Institute announces 2019-20 presidential team
Still time to enter the 2019 Countryside Clay Shoot
The Spectator
16/02/2019 08:47:00 PM
If children want to protest against climate change, why not do it at the weekend?
MPs need to wake up and see reality: the choice is a customs union or no-deal Brexit
The film makes you ashamed to call yourself a journalist
Like getting Banksy to repaint the Sistine Chapel: Sky Atlantic’s Das Boot reviewed
Did the BHA call it right on equine flu?
Only the south offers beer lovers a decent pint
If children want to protest against climate change, why not do it at the weekend?
My diversity targets for the BBC
The eerie beauty of London’s abandoned Tube stops
The EU and UK are one sentence away from a Brexit deal. Why the games?
MPs need to wake up and see reality: the choice is a customs union or no-deal Brexit
If Corbyn’s not in the lead now, he never will be
The day I had enough of experts
Without forgiveness, we’re all doomed
What would Keynes make of a looming no-deal Brexit?
Why I could kiss Mark Zuckerberg
‘I don’t know how ever Jerry stands it’: diary of a world war one artillery man
The Spectator Podcast: Corbyn’s crack-up, why not to wear a hijab, and royal victimhood
Child climate change protestors aren’t truants, they’re traumatised
Climate change school ‘strikers’ deserve to be punished
Was Jacob Rees-Mogg telling the whole truth about HS2?
Andrew Neil on Winston Churchill: when this country needed a hero, he was there
MPs need to wake up and see reality: the choice is a customs union or no-deal Brexit
Will ‘Isis bride’ Shamima Begum really end up in a British prison?
John McDonnell’s mask is slipping
Danny Dyer is not so much an actor as a fairground attraction: Pinter Seven reviewed
I was forced to wear a hijab. It wasn’t liberating
Jeff Bezos isn’t a resistance hero – he’s a ruthless monopolist
How the cult of victimhood took hold of the royal family
Europe’s culture clash: Macron vs Salvini is a battle over a continent’s soul
Jess Phillips: The message I’ve been forced to send Luciana Berger too many times
How fear and loathing of Nixon sent Hunter S. Thompson crazy
The film makes you ashamed to call yourself a journalist: A Private War reviewed
John Ruskin: the making of a modern prophet
Meet India's first – and only – professional western orchestra
The film makes you ashamed to call yourself a journalist: A Private War reviewed
The brutish origins of British liberalism
Like getting Banksy to repaint the Sistine Chapel: Sky Atlantic’s Das Boot reviewed
The powerful magnetism of James Clerk Maxwell
The unearthly powers of the North Pole
Fun at the EU’s expense: The Capital, by Robert Menasse, reviewed
Danny Dyer is not so much an actor as a fairground attraction: Pinter Seven reviewed
Dau is not just a pretentious fraud – it's rather disgusting
Firewood is more than a middle-class accessory
Recipe: Marmalade Steam Pudding
Winter notebook: sailing the English Channel
Forget London Fashion Week, head to the galleries for inspiration
The cautionary tale of Andrea Orcel
Mark Carney is finally right about Brexit
Best Buys: One year fixed-rate ISAs
Welcome to the Year of the Pig
2395: Concise crossword
Faithless husbands can be the best husbands
‘I don’t know how ever Jerry stands it’: diary of a world war one artillery man
Why I could kiss Mark Zuckerberg
Dear Mary: How can I get my annoying children to answer my texts?
Only the south offers beer lovers a decent pint
What the sports pages mean by ‘marquee’?



New Statesman

16/02/2019 08:46:59 PM
Greta Thunberg: the teenage climate warrior leading a new global movement
After a political crisis, Trump’s national emergency plan creates a constitutional one
Who will be the next controller of BBC Radio 4?
There’s no place for nationalistic superiority in wine. It leads to a monochromatic palate
Iran: the revolution that shook the world
The case of Shamima Begum shows there are no easy choices for the West as IS collapses
The one fur cent: inside the lives of the world’s richest furries
The UK is paralysed over Brexit because there are no good options
The BBC should treat abortion as healthcare, not just a plot point for Call the Midwife
The UK is paralysed over Brexit because there are no good options
It’s no longer climate change we’re living through. It’s environmental breakdown
Ryan Adams, misogyny and “sensitive” masculinity
Bear markets: Lessons from history
Northern Ireland must come first, no matter what else is in the Brexit deal
The UK is paralysed over Brexit because there are no good options
Rizla ads banned for calling smoking products “safe”
Why tackling period poverty is an issue for everyone
Are cryptocurrencies real money?
The revolution that fuelled radical Islam
The two faces of the gilets jaunes
Leader: The burning world
Iran: the revolution that shook the world
The stains of Bloody Sunday
The death of American optimism
The UK is paralysed over Brexit because there are no good options
Is the DUP heading for a split with Tory Brexiteers?
Chris Grayling’s only victory, Corbyn’s hinterland and how to run a People’s Vote
The changing face of Irish nationalism could change Westminster too
“Let them eat spuds”: we should fear the Brexit Party – but not for the reasons you think
“It’s easier to talk about gang rape than your body”: Roxane Gay on feminism and 2020
The finale of Catastrophe: a perfect, poetic farewell to Rob and Sharon
Jo Swinson Q&A: “We seem to have lost the art of disagreeing well”
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal is radical but it needs to be credible too
It’s no longer climate change we’re living through. It’s environmental breakdown
We all know quality journalism needs saving – but who gets to decide what quality means?
Either the BBC shuts down channels or it deprives lonely elderly people of company
Meet the anti-doctor: Dr Adrian Massey on why doctors can’t treat 21st century sickness
Why technology can’t solve the Irish border problem
The two faces of the gilets jaunes
Europe’s new Reformation
Macron slides into authoritarian territory with new “anti-thug” law
The US Democrats search for a saviour