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Exclusive: This groundbreaking study reveals that many Remainers want the UK to have full control of immigration and are less enthusiastic about single market membership.
Stunning views, golfing, citizen science, and “blackout beer” — these cities are preparing for the biggest tourism event of the year, if not the century.
A new study reveals that humans have produced over 8,300 million tonnes of plastic since 1950, and thrown out over 6,300 million tonnes.
When she entered office a year ago, Theresa May pledged to help those "just about managing" – but new research shows these families are getting further away from having enough money for a normal life.
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An analysis of constituency data shows that 120 MPs from Remain seats voted for Article 50, while nine in Leave seats voted against it.
"For various reasons, some people clearly feel more confident to express their anti-Semitism publicly than they did in the past."
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Less than a month into 2017, three London roads have already breached one annual air pollution limit.
Fifty-seven per cent of people think their country is in decline, 48% think young people will have worse lives than their generation, and 69% think the system is rigged against them.
The world's eight richest men are worth $426 billion. The world's poorest 3.7 billion people together own $409 billion – $17 billion less.
Groundbreaking analysis shows immigration, not sovereignty or the NHS, dominated the conversation – and making British judges responsible for British law was a key theme for Leave supporters.