The Big Questions: With Turkey in turmoil following a failed military coup, Patrick Cockburn gives his verdict on how events unfolded and what to expect in the coming weeks and months
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'There are questions that are being asked and we will ask them. [Turkey] is partly viable but there are suspicions as well. Let’s be honest about this'
'There is a massive difference between leaving the EU and our relations with Europe'
Several countries also express unfavourable opinion of the Muslims
Germany, France, Sweden and Finland think the UK should not receive any favours when negotiating a post-Brexit trade deal
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says UK has a duty to 'reassure' Baltic states of Nato support
UK Government ‘does little’ to enforce change, as London-based campaign proposes 4-week limit on unpaid internships
Experts say EU doctors may feel uncomfortable applying for posts in the UK
Academic says EU colleagues and friends are 'valued' and 'anxious about their futures'
Having won his war to get Britain out of the EU, he now wants to win the peace. Nigel Farage may be about to embark on a European tour
The gravitational pull of aspiration, central to Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan’s brand of conservatism, has faded as trickle-down economics betrayed so many people
'They fought with great pride and great belief in Britain', the son of a Polish soldier has said
David Cameron was always harmed by his privileged start in life, dragging it behind like a ball and chain. Crabb is the Conservative leadership candidate who could fight Labour on its own territory - he grew up on a council estate and he used to work in Tesco
We spoke to left and right wing parties, both nativist and internationalist. One thing they all have in common is this: they want change in Europe
I'm pro-Brexit, and I naturally assumed that the insular, xenophobic Eurosceptic you always hear about was a strawman created by smug Europhiles. Boy, was I wrong!