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Tactical voting by Remain supporters ‘could defeat 60 Tories’

Huge numbers say they willing to lend their votes to defeat party committed to Brexit in their own constituency

Voices

Matthew Norman Our monstrous Brexit teenagers are testing the patience of the adults

Could this have been the Cummings-Johnson masterplan all along – make the EU so infuriated that someone, anyone, will veto an extension?

Editorials

Revoking Article 50 is a step too far

Editorial: The Lib Dems are pushing their luck. This plan fails to close the democratic circle left half drawn by the referendum of June 2016

Half of Tory voters want PM to break law and refuse Brexit extension

PM reiterated on Monday he would not ask for Brexit delay

Bill published to stop no-deal Brexit if no agreement by 19 October

Legislation - expected to be rushed through the Commons in a single day on Wednesday - would require prime minister to seek three-month extension to Article 50, until 31 January

MPs can scupper no-deal Brexit this week with unity and clarity

Too often the voices of sanity and reason have found themselves put on the back foot by a ruthless and determined Downing Street. Tomorrow, parliament can change that

Only revoking Article 50 can save us from no-deal oblivion

There simply isn’t time to to hold a public vote before we are due to leave in October

Corbyn 'in peril' if he 'betrays' Labour over Brexit referendum

Exclusive: 'You can only drive a wedge so far between yourself and the people who put you in that position', Clive Lewis tells his leader