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This is now Project Betrayal – and we are all victims
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The blame falls entirely on the Tories for this referendum – and on Boris Johnson for his despicable campaign. Did the voters take back control? No
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The EU referendum result has thrown many thousands of people, particularly young adults, into bitter conflict with the closest members of their families – divisions that ‘won’t heal any time soon’
The EU referendum result has thrown many thousands of people, particularly young adults, into bitter conflict with the closest members of their families
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Would Europeans be free to stay in the UK after Brexit?
The leave campaign insists EU nationals already in Britain would be able to stay – but immigration lawyers say it’s not so simple
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Testing Schiaparelli’s parachute
This is a test version of the parachute that will slow the Schiaparelli entry, descent and landing module as they plummet through the martian atmosphere on 19 October.When the module is about 11 km from the surface, descending at about 1700 km/h, the parachute will be deployed by a mortar…
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Why Brexit Might Not Happen at All 
Just four days after the British vote to leave the European Union, there are reasons to doubt whether the referendum result will be implemented.
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After a campaign scarred by bigotry, it’s become OK to be racist in Britain

The leave campaign has opened up a Pandora’s box of resentment and suspicion – and it’s only going to get worse when Brexit fails to deliver on its promises
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British fishermen warned Brexit will not mean greater catches
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Have Leave campaigners changed their minds? Will Leave keep its promises?
Reality Check looks at some of the claims and promises made during the campaign by Leave campaigners who now appear to have modified their positions.
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NASA Rover Findings Point to a More Earth-like Martian Past
Chemicals found in Martian rocks by NASA's Curiosity Mars rover suggest the Red Planet once had more oxygen in its atmosphere than it does now.
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Petition - Home Office: Condemn the rise in racism and state how you are tackling the problem across the UK
More than one hundred incidents of racial abuse and hate crime have been reported since the UK voted to leave the European Union [1]. Many of the alleged perpetrators cited the decision to leave the EU explicitly. The anti-immigration language of the referendum campaigns have created an atmosphere...
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Vote Leave wipes NHS £350m claim and rest of its website after EU referendum
The official Leave campaign has wiped almost its entire website from the internet. The site – which previously included the suggestion that the EU budget would be sent back to the NHS and included promises about trade deals – now just has a message thanking supporters.
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Trumpism has reached another shore. The UK has certainly stabbed themselves in the Gibraltar with this. I am also very glad glad the U.S. has a 2/3's requirement for changes like this
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