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Is the prime minister going with a bang or a whimper?
Four candidates were knocked out of the Conservative party leadership race this week
The Brexit party came close but failed to win its first seat in Westminster. What lessons are there for Labour and the Tories?
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Leo Varadkar says a ‘rolling cliff-edge’ unacceptable
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Crowds representing both sides of argument gather noisily but peacefully around Parliament
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When real-life journalists deliver fictional lines, their credibility is chipped away
Scottish Tory leader cites history of mental illness in new memoirs
Carrie Symonds’s treatment by the press shows why people hesitate to enter politics
Coming months will challenge investors’ expectations of an orderly Brexit
London mayor restricts Westminster council funding after it drops pedestrianisation
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