Brexit

Marian Keyes

Marian Keyes is not impressed by David Cameron releasing his memoirs

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Moya Crockett
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    Life

    5 addictive podcasts that deep dive into the issues of the moment

  • A woman holds an anti-Brexit sign at the Put It To The People march in London
    People

    The best, most powerful signs from the Put It To The People march

  • People

    Activist Gina Miller on Brexit, death threats and making your own luck

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  • People

    Emily Maitlis’ side-eye sums up how the entire country feels about Brexit

    It’s the look of a woman who can’t quite believe we’re still arguing about this.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • What politicians should be doing for women in 2019 (instead of arguing about Brexit)
    Life

    What politicians should be doing for women in 2019 (instead of arguing about Brexit)

    Brexit is important – but it’s stealing focus from too many vital feminist issues, says Gaby Hinsliff.

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    Gaby Hinsliff
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  • Books

    You need to read this new dark thriller set in Brexit-facing London

    Family drama, and the brooding angst of a capital in flux

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    Anna Brech
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    People

    Geri Horner defends Theresa May amid Brexit turmoil

    Former Spice Girl calls for unity and mutual respect

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    Anna Brech
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    Long Reads

    Will Brexit actually happen? Everything you need to know so far

    Confused about the news? Let this be your guide

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    Rachel Bradley
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  • People

    “MPs are having to delay childbirth for the Brexit vote – and that’s not OK”

    We shouldn't have to choose between political freedom and physical safety, says Rebecca Schiller

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    Rebecca Schiller
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  • Books

    Authors defend JK Rowling in row with Brexit donor

    And it all comes down to writing rooms

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    Anna Brech
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  • Long Reads

    “Why I refuse to anglicise my Polish surname in a post-Brexit world”

    “I never imagined feeling rejected by the country I was born in, and yet, Brexit has managed to bring out the ugly side of Britain”

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    Caroline Saramowicz
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  • People

    JK Rowling hits out at Jacob Rees-Mogg on Twitter

    "It’s time to stop chuckling at faux 1920s aristos in top hats"

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
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  • Books

    Michelle Obama’s autobiography, feminist short stories and Brexit fiction: November’s best books

    The end-of-year countdown is on, and these are the reads not to be missed…

    Posted by
    Francesca Brown
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  • Life

    Forget Brexit, this sign about Geri Halliwell is what’s really dividing voters

    Don't mess with Geri

    Posted by
    Megan Murray
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  • Life

    These are the best posters from the weekend’s anti-Brexit march

    A gargantuan show of protest, anger and hope

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
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    Careers

    It’s official: these are the best places to live and work abroad

    Fancy starting a new career overseas? These are the best countries to do it in…

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Visible Women

    “Boys playing a game”: Jess Phillips dismisses the cabinet’s approach to Brexit

    The Labour MP says certain politicians are “using Brexit as a proxy to get what they want”.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Visible Women

    Women’s rights are being damaged because of Brexit, says Jess Phillips

    The Labour MP says that Brexit is disrupting legislation that would have helped women

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Opinion

    “A female politician would never get away with acting like Boris Johnson. Why?”

    Johnson’s constant blunders and scandals highlight how men and women are held to very different standards in politics.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • People

    This MP says she was betrayed by the government while on maternity leave

    Jo Swinson was promised a Tory MP would abstain from a key vote while she cared for her baby. He didn’t – and she’s angry.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Life

    Why I unabashedly watch Eurovision every single year (and you should too)

    The psychological benefits are worth the sting of that inevitable “nil points”

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Life

    Here are the reasons people are unhappy about the Brexit blue passports

    “Like asking for a Porsche for Christmas and ending up with a twig.”

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    Moya Crockett
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  • People

    The businesswoman who took Brexit to court

    Meet Gina Miller, one of Stylist’s Women of the Year 2017.

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    Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett
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