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14 Jun 11:30am After the trial of the century, reconciliation between Spain and Catalan's separatists still feels like a distant dream
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There had been speculation that the trial itself could have led to a breakthrough in the face-off between Madrid and Catalonia. But after 400 witnesses and four months, nothing is resolved
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14 Jun 10:36am All over the country ethnic minorities are victims of more violence than ever – and it's all because of Brexit
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The Brexit vote promoted English national identity and questions about who is and who is not English – increasingly distinguished from being British – to the top of the political agenda and this is not going away
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14 Jun 9:51am Will the real Ruth Davidson please stand up?
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Please send your letters to letters@independent.co.uk
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14 Jun 9:18am These TV leadership debates highlight how undemocratic the process of choosing our next PM is
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In the end, the winner will be chosen by a Conservative Party membership that is 71 per cent male, 97 per cent white and 44 per cent over the age of 65
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14 Jun 8:14am Two years on from Grenfell, politicians care less about the welfare of British people than ever
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Before that terrible fire, before the Brexit referendum and the demise of David Cameron's botched attempt at liberal Conservatism, the housing crisis a hot political issue. So what happened?
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14 Jun 8:09am Why I joined the Liberal Democrats – and learned from the political mistakes we both made
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I thought that Britain needed a new party. I thought that was what the millions of politically homeless people in Britain wanted. I was wrong
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14 Jun 7:12am Mea Culpa: 'If you're going to irritate readers, do it on purpose'
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Questions of style and usage in this week's Independent, as measured against a new guide
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14 Jun 6:16am I miscarried a baby not a 'foetus', but I now support women's right to abortion access more than ever
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Since my miscarriage I've encountered people who assume that I will now view abortion differently, as if my loss would transform my world view overnight
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14 Jun 5:57am How do you solve a problem like Boris Johnson? By backing him for prime minister
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The Tory leadership frontrunner's mission to deliver Brexit and bully Ireland into submission over the border issue will crash and burn, leaving no one to blame but himself. He may make it to No 10, but he'll be gone by Christmas
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14 Jun 4:33am British people have been denied a voice in choosing their own prime minister – the least we deserve is a Final Say
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While Westminster descends further into chaos, narcissism and acrimony the people must be heard. We only have this summer and autumn to force our way back into the conversation on Brexit
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14 Jun 2:44am In 2019, British people's wealth and happiness is still a postcode lottery – and that's not good enough
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It's not clear whether the Treasury really understands how the country's economic policies affect its different regions. I'm going to change that
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