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A shadowy global operation involving big data, billionaire friends of Trump and the disparate forces of the Leave campaign influenced the result of the EU referendum. As Britain heads to the polls again, is our electoral process still fit for purpose?
The good news last week is that the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has agreed to hear the case that there was Russian interference in the Brexit referendum. Several UK court cases, petitions and speeches in Parliament have failed to get the government to investigate and publish the result of the research into Russian interference.
‘Nothing less than the future of democracy is at stake’ says Caroline Lucas as a cross-party coalition and The Citizens win an unprecedented hearing over electoral safety and national security.
Leave voters insist Brexit hasn't worked out how they were promised seven years on from historic referendum.
Sam Bright examines the contribution of Brexit to our current healthcare crisis.
The EU referendum was won based on a corrupt campaign, but the courts can't void the result because the referendum only advisory, according to the barrister who took the government to court.
Lord Moylan has claimed Vote Leave never claimed Turkey was imminently going to join the EU.
"This great transformation of our economy promised six years ago and you’re saying it’s the end of the common agricultural policy".
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak 'didn't discuss' a post-Brexit trade deal in his first meeting with Joe Biden - and dodged questions on whether Brexit has played a part in Britain's economic woes
An anti-Brexit passenger confronted sun-seeking Michael Gove over his “lies” at a Greek airport after she suffered a 30-hour delay.
Sectors from fishing to aviation, farming to science report being bogged down in red tape, struggling to recruit staff and racking up losses for the first time.
ONS figures show GDP fell by 0.3 per cent in April, with all three main sectors suffering a fall in output for the first time since January 2021.
The development of Brexit from a fringe movement into a dominant political project coincided chronologically not only with a long period of patient and sustained campaigning and lobbying, and with a lucky sequence of favourable shifts of circumstance and forces, but also with the internal development of one key external force, the politics and ideology of the Putin regime.
Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and the Vote Leave campaign claimed fuel bills would be lower for everyone following Brexit. Instead, bills have risen exponentially.
The Chancellor and Prime Minister need a plan to counter figures showing lower growth after the hit to EU trade.
Former Vote Leave bigwig Sir Bernard Jenkin held nine private dinners, funded by donors, to discuss the Northern Ireland border row - and he refuses to say who attended the soirees.
Greg Hands was asked why Michael Gove made the promise if it is now considered a bad move.
A dozen Tory MPs voted against slashing VAT on energy bills, despite promising to do so if Brexit went ahead.
As Johnson and Gove back off their pledge to scrap VAT for fuel, EU structural funds are not being fully replaced.
Despite not seeming keen to cut VAT as per the Leave campaign promise, he took the opportunity to say this week that leaving the EU means the UK can now set its own VAT rates.
Unite's national officer for steel said the government needed to explain why the EU had a deal but the UK did not.
It’s probably fair to say that Owen Paterson was not a household name until the events that led to his resignation last week. However, he played a significant role in the Brexit saga, albeit of a particular sort.
Former No 10 adviser pressed for appointment to be hurried through, saying he had ‘ordered it’ from PM.