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More than 100,000 protesters are set to march on Parliament on Saturday to demand a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal.

Vanessa Baird on why she will be marching in London on Saturday

Glyphosate and Roundup: a Monsanto protestor. Photo: Donna Cleveland, CC-BY-2.0

After decades muddying the science, Monsanto may at last account for its weedkiller’s effects, writes Claire...


The agreement between Canada and the EU remains the wrong type of trade deal. Alex Scrivener writes.

Can we still talk of a ‘migration crisis’ in the EU? Nando Sigona asks.

Naomi Colvin weighs the pros and cons of the EU draft Directive on whistleblower protection and wonders how...

A new popular movement is born – and it might just halt a Brexit disaster. Vanessa Baird dares to hope.

New Interior Minister and League leader Matteo Salvini with the leader of the M5S, Italy's Minister of Labor and Industry Luigi Di Maio, at the Quirinal palace in Rome, Italy, June 1, 2018. Photo: REUTERS/Tony Gentile

Brace yourself for years of rightwing politics in Italy. Alessio Perrone writes.

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Are these new privacy laws the best solution? Mike Morel investigates.

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Eritrean refugees who try to escape into neighbouring Sudan are caught up in a deadly stand-off between...

EU border towns: Migrants sleeping under Via Europa, the bridge linking Italy and France in the border town of Ventimiglia. Photo by Fotomovimiento

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Europe’s response to migration: more police, more walls – for no reason. Alex Fusco writes.

Europe against refugees

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Ben Hayes and Frank Barat look back three years after Operation Mare Nostrum’s end.

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Momentum for an exit from Brexit is building, writes Vanessa Baird.

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How Senegal is trying to involve the diaspora to curb emigration. By Sofia Christensen

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The triggering of Article 50 this week is likely to be one of the most dramatic constitutional changes to the UK for a...

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The world has focused on Trump’s wall and Muslim-ban, and Britain and the EU have managed to pursue their own equally...


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