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Super Saturday: the People’s Vote March, Boris vs Bercow, and more Brexit delays

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Joe Andrews reports the People's Vote March and the implications it may have for UK politics...

Being a record-breaking comedian “didn’t feel like anything”: Q&A with Daniel Sloss

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Daniel Sloss is a stand-up comedian who got his start writing for Mock the Week at just sixteen years old. Known for his dark, unapologetic sense of humour, and now with two...

If the government doesn’t think it should abide by the law, then why should any of us?

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At 5.30am on Tuesday morning in New York, Boris Johnson awoke to find the Supreme Court’s damning verdict that he had encouraged the Queen to act in an unlawful manner and...

Fringe review: the People’s Boat

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The title is, unsurprisingly, very representative of the play. The People’s Boat is about Brexit, is set at sea, and is full of puns. The comedy focuses on four Southerners who...

Boris Johnson’s rise to power: violent ideas become violent actions

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The ruling class asks us to engage Boris Johnson on his personality and ‘ideas’, and followingly the mainstream media drools over the man’s life like a (relatively) fresh...

Netflix Exit After Brexit?

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Caitlin Disken discusses the potential limitations of post-Brexit Netflix...

Darkest Hour (PG) Review

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Dan Haygarth reviews Darkest Hour, the Churchill biopic starring this year's Golden Globe winner Gary Oldman....