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Ukip’s James, Le Pen and Trump are among those siding with Russian president, writes Sebastian Payne
For Madison Rowley, entering a world championship can be fun but it does have consequences
Fears over tampering with postal votes put poll in doubt
What are the UK’s options now Theresa May has rejected a radical shake-up?
There is no other European leader able to forge the deals that will keep the EU together
Traditional two-party systems are crumbling as anti-establishment feeling grows, writes Tony Barber
Countries that have suffered most economically are not electing populists, writes Jacek Rostowski
October polls pit rightwing forces against bloc’s political elite
The relationship between the EU and the UK could easily slide into dangerous antagonism
Rightwing nationalists had blamed counting irregularities for defeat of their candidate
It should not be assumed voters will tilt towards the far-right in a re-run, writes Tony Barber
Largely without tuition fees and open to all, institutions have seen their intakes soar
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