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Independent
04/09/2018 01:47:25 PM
Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, center, on Capitol Hill in August. Erin Schaff for The New York Times
President Trump attacked Attorney General Jeff Sessions for bringing charges against two G.O.P. congressmen ahead of the midterms.
Mike Capuano Is in the Political Fight of His Life The Massachusetts congressman, a longtime progressive Democrat, is hoping to stave off a challenge from Ms. Pressley in Tuesday’s primary election.
BBC Politics
17/12/2018 06:46:56 AM
May told not to 'run down clock' on deal
Kuenssberg: An issue of trust
Analysis: Enough for critics?
Video Has anything about May's deal changed?
Video What did May tell Juncker?
'Forge Brexit consensus,' Rudd urges MPs
'Stop smart motorway rollout', say MPs
UK travellers to pay €7 to visit EU after Brexit
Trust issue limits EU's offer to May
Call to halt prison pepper spray plan
New Brexit poll logical outcome - Blair
Wales first minister appoints his top team
Why isn't Labour trying to topple May now?
May: I won't lead Tories into election
Video New referendum 'undermines democracy'
Who could replace Theresa May as leader?
Video 1:47 Brexit: A busy week, but has anything changed?
Video 1:14 Juncker explains 'nebulous' remark
Video 0:24 What did May tell Juncker at EU summit?
Video 2:11 'Significant wait' for mental health help
Video 1:19 Blair: Brexit is 'big mistake'
Video 2:06 Time for another EU referendum?
Labour's referendum strains
Theresa May's week in charts
How could another Brexit referendum work?
What was going on in committee room 14?
Trust issue in Westminster limits EU's offer to May
Plotting and scheming afoot as PM's options narrow
Week ahead in Parliament
Party conferences 2018: At-a-glance
Video 1:47 Brexit: A busy week, but has anything changed?
Video 1:14 Juncker explains 'nebulous' remark
Video 0:24 What did May tell Juncker at EU summit?
Video 2:11 'Significant wait' for mental health help
Video 1:19 Blair: Brexit is 'big mistake'
Video 2:06 Time for another EU referendum?

Politics.co.uk
17/12/2018 06:46:21 AM
Hostile environment: Government ignored warnings from Public Health England on migrant health charges
DWP wins legal case to block future benefit appeals
Daily Mail's migrant cleaners preparing to strike for better pay
DWP goes back to court to block future benefit appeals
MPs call for review into May's 'hostile environment' for migrants
Home Office faces legal challenges over 'right to rent' migrant policy
DWP goes back to court to block future benefit appeals
MPs call for review into May's 'hostile environment' for migrants
Hostile environment: Government ignored warnings from Public Health England on migrant health charges
DWP wins legal case to block future benefit appeals
Health select committee calls for immediate stop to NHS data sharing with the Home Office
Daily Mail's migrant cleaners preparing to strike for better pay
This is what no-deal Brexit actually looks like
It's time to ditch the term 'fake news'
I'm Broken Britain: I'm losing all hope
The Spectator
17/12/2018 06:47:13 AM
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Gary Kemp on pop, Pre-Raphaelites, politics and playing Pinter
The Spectator Podcast: the Christmas Edition
The most underpriced Christmas gift you can buy
The simple solution to Theresa May’s Brexit dilemma
The wildest Wilde of all: the scandalous life of Oscar’s father
The nine lessons of Brexit
The myth of the Brexit cliff edge
The simple solution to Theresa May’s Brexit dilemma
Benedict Cumberbatch on playing my husband, Dominic Cummings
Where does May go from here?
Theresa May now faces a humiliating choice over Brexit
Dear Santa: My 14 requests for the new year
Should we all write ‘feminist’ stocking fillers?
You can’t possibly hate cyclists more than they hate each other
Why I don’t, never have, and never will trust the people
Life is about so much more than Theresa May's crappy Brexit deal
All I want for Christmas is a City time machine
Benedict Cumberbatch on playing my husband, Dominic Cummings
Take it from a cartoonist: shoes are the real windows into the soul
The Sajid Javid manifesto
James Forsyth and Fraser Nelson
Critical injuries: the perils of book reviews
The unbearable pointlessness of Parliament
Meet the Ever Trumpers, the apostles who will never forsake the President
Carlo Rovelli: In physics, the difference between past and present is extraordinarily slippery
Marc Warner and Emanuele Moscato
A life apart: An interview with Frank Field
Where does May go from here?
The nine lessons of Brexit
The simple solution to Theresa May’s Brexit dilemma
The Spectator Podcast: the Christmas Edition
Will Noah Carl get a fair hearing?
Watch: Juncker vs May, Part II
A nebulous press conference: Theresa May insists progress made on backstop
The link between the gilet jaunes and the Strasbourg attack
Spectator Wall Calendar 2019
Spectator Diary 2019
Edward Gorey: master of the macabre
David Schwimmer on his new BBC film
Elizabeth II: Queen of tact and diplomacy
Nothing much happens, yet there’s so much to watch: Roma reviewed
The scandalous swamp of Indian politics
Is Lionel Messi the greatest footballer of all time?
Read The Spectator article that gave birth to musical minimalism 50 years ago
Family favourites: children’s books for Christmas reviewed
Lyric Theatre’s Dick Whittington is the opposite of festive garbage
Five special cheeses for Christmas
Bronwen and Francis Percival 15 December 2018
Recipe: nordic christmas gravlax
Last-minute getaways for the New Year
The art of the wreath
Satisfied clients or hefty fees – what really makes mortgage brokers tick?
Best Buys: Unsecured personal loans
Is business really that bothered by the prospect of May’s departure?
Did Vote Leave’s overspending win the referendum for Brexit?
Shrinkflation: coming soon to a restaurant near you
How reliable is online medical advice?
Two compounds in coffee beans ‘slow progression of Parkinson’s’
Spectator Health reporter 11 December 2018
The fax machine bonfire has begun – now for the pager scrapheap
Why I have fallen out of love with Donald Trump
Why you should never read your own diary
How Ebenezer Grayling destroyed the Kite family Christmas
Word of the year: shouty
This is capitalism as its most gaudy: Fortnum & Mason reviewed
In the midst of Brexit agony, one thing remains certain: disputation needs drink
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New Statesman

17/12/2018 06:47:13 AM
The doctor won’t see you now
The amateur scientists tackling the global energy crisis
The Trump administration’s response to the death of a child in its custody was chilling
The Scottish Tories are preparing to back a second Brexit referendum
If second referendum campaigners can’t stand up for free movement, they should give up
Malachy Tallack’s The Valley at the Centre of the World: an authentic novel of island life
Theresa May stakes the UK’s future on a useless concession from the EU
While Theresa May fights her Brexit battles, no one is running the country
Trump fixer Michael Cohen’s three-year sentence and “smorgasbord of financial misconduct”
When did the treats on The Apprentice get so crap?
The Scottish Tories are preparing to back a second Brexit referendum
If second referendum campaigners can’t stand up for free movement, they should give up
While Theresa May fights her Brexit battles, no one is running the country
Theresa May stakes the UK’s future on a useless concession from the EU
Delivering digitally empowered healthcare
Delivering digitally empowered healthcare
Delivering digitally empowered healthcare
Could sacking Karen Bradley really win back the DUP for May?
If second referendum campaigners can’t stand up for free movement, they should give up
Theresa May stakes the UK’s future on a useless concession from the EU
Joe Anderson: “The North-South divide is as alive as it’s ever been. Trust me”
Some NHS trusts are spending as little as £238 on cyber security training
NHS buying fridges for no-deal drug stockpiles
Time travel on a winter’s woodland walk
A life on the tracks
The New Statesman’s A to Z of the political year
What Europe can learn from Alexander Hamilton
What we learned from Theresa May’s speech to the 1922 Committee
The row over Jeremy Corbyn and no confidence motions is really about Brexit
Theresa May’s decision to postpone the Brexit vote spares her, but prolongs the UK’s pain
What other parties can learn from the SNP’s remarkable resilience
Welfare revolt in Corbyn Country: Why Islington voted to scrap Universal Credit
Labour should prepare to fight neoliberalism within the EU – Lexit is not an option
What Pokémon remakes can teach games developers
The life of England’s last great pub landlady
The night that changed my life: Lavinia Greenlaw on Anni Albers at the Tate
Colin the Caterpillar: A brief history
How I was radicalised by Delia Smith into caring more about the planet
Everyone is misunderstanding those Facebook emails
13 sizzling takes the US media really needs to stop writing
The mood apps profiting from your mental illness
Why do westerners in Africa or Asia think it’s okay to photograph other people’s children?
It’s a delusion that everyone is equally responsible for climate change.
Trump’s election stunt at the border cost US taxpayers $210m
In Wisconsin and beyond, Republicans have become the party of “elections don’t count”
After forty years of liberal democracy, Spain has not laid the ghosts its past to rest
Ex-White House aide wonders why George HW Bush isn't at George HW Bush’s funeral
With Michael Cohen’s guilty plea, the Mueller inquiry heats up
Why are Russian forces attacking Ukrainian ships in the Sea of Azov?