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Blair and Cameron up Brexit creek without a paddle – cartoon
Former prime ministers survey the damage their decisions have wrought Continue reading...
9/11 quotes as the world remembers the atrocity on the 17th anniversary
Tony Blair accused of stealing lines from The Queen for autobiography
The former Prime Minster is allegedly 'pretending' not to have seen the Oscar-winning film.
The centre ground of politics has become the no man’s land few dare to cross
The only advantage of being stuck in no man's land is that the bullets flying over your head aren't aiming at you.
For Labour's economic policy to be radical, it has to be credible
Amid speculation about a snap election, the party should get prepared for pushback from City and business interestsDowning Street is war-gaming a snap general election. The Sunday papers are alive
Foreign Interference: Ex-Spy Chief Claims MI6 'Regrets' Helping Putin Come to Power
The former head of the UK's MI6 has said that there is "significant regret” within the foreign intelligence agency over helping Vladimir Putin come to power by orchestrating an introduction between
Brexit: Tony Blair warns of long-term damage to UK services sector
Former PM’s thinktank predicts impact could be twice that felt by export industries, with Chequers little better than no dealBrexit will inflict long-lasting pain on Britain’s service sector, Tony
Tony Blair warns Brexit will cause long lasting pain for Britain’s economy
He thinks that Theresa May's Chequers plan will only be marginally better than a no-deal Brexit.
Blair Says 50/50 Chance of Second Brexit Vote, Urges Labour to Block Deal
Tony Blair believes Britons would welcome a second referendum on European Union (EU) membership that could block Brexit, claiming there is a 50 percent chance of it happening.
There May be a Brexit deal but first we must get beyond cheap wordplay
We’ll soon know of any EU-turns and if any glimmering hope of a Canda++ trade deal will ever be Trudeau.
Husband reveals Dame Tessa Jowell’s last words were ‘love forever’ at memorial
Former prime ministers Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and David Cameron joined hundreds of people in celebrating the life of the former culture secretary.
Tony Blair urges MPs to vote down any Brexit deal and push for people's vote
Former Labour leader says there is no outcome Theresa May can secure that will be good for the countryTony Blair is urging all MPs to vote down whatever Brexit deal Theresa May presents to parliament
Blair: ‘I’ll Do Everything I Can to Stop Brexit’
Former prime minister and Labour leader Tony Blair has reiterated his commitment to reverse the British people's vote for Brexit in 2016.
Hillary Clinton: Europe must curb immigration to stop rightwing populists
Europe and centre left everywhere need tougher approach to phenomenon that fuelled Trump and Brexit, says ClintonClinton, Blair, Renzi: why we lost, and how to fight back Europe must get a handle on
Everybody but Theresa May hates the Brexit deal: a story told in quotes
After a year and a half of negotiations, European Union leaders have finally endorsed a plan for the United Kingdom’s departure. That doesn’t mean they…
Brexit summit: EU tells British MPs this is 'only deal possible' as Brussels approves it – as it happened
Rolling coverage of the EU summit in Brussels, where Theresa May and other EU leaders agreed the Brexit withdrawal agreement and political declaration on the future relationshipEU leaders back Theresa
Theresa May is right… her Brexit deal really is the one we voted for
We hate immigration, we like the EU economy and we're obsessed with the UK courts ticking boxes, she's giving us what we want.
Opposition parties launch joint contempt proceedings against ministers over Brexit legal advice – Politics live
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments, including attorney general Geoffrey Cox’s statement to MPs about Brexit legal adviceBrexit advice summary published amid warnings of backstop row
Brexit: Hammond tells MPs UK cannot afford economic costs of no deal Brexit - Politics live
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including day three of the Commons Brexit debateTheresa May’s Today interview - Summary 4.34pm GMT Here is the Commons online
Stephen Mangan meets Emily Thornberry: ‘You're facilitating a big British act of self-harm'
The actor and the shadow foreign secretary talk Brexit, Blair and performance anxietyEmily Thornberry and Stephen Mangan arrive at the Guardian’s London office at exactly the same time, with a similar