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.Toppling Theresa May risks a bitter second referendum and a Corbyn government, writes
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The front page of tomorrow's Daily Telegraph 'Brexiteer plotters fail to light the fuse'
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Brexit rebels admit their attempt to unseat Theresa May has stalled as Eurosceptic MPs turn on each other
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Shocking revelations about the irresponsible, knee-jerk reactions to any hint of gender dysphoria in children are being made at an alarming rate, writes Celia Walden
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Will the luckless insurgents aiming to topple Mrs May ever get their vote? And if they do, would they actually win? By
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Amber Rudd accuses United Nations of political attack on UK Government over damning poverty report
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.Georgina Fuller : Banning children in pubs is a terrible idea - here's why 
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The Telegraph 9h
The Tulip: Inside the plans for the City of London's newest - and tallest - skyscraper
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: the shocking statistics you need to know
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Telegraph TV & Radio 10h
We're loving that got the first perfect 40 of but she lets us in on her dance nemesis in this week's Talking Strictly podcast
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The Telegraph 10h
Decoding the Duchess of Cambridge’s new style strategy
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What is the Brexit deal, and what happens next? 
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In the closing stage of almost two years of intense talks the EU appears to have collapsed into infighting
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The Telegraph 11h
Welcome to our new and improved Property newsletter! This week we investigate Essex, look at the dos and dont's of wood-burning stoves and take a look inside the home that inspired Henry VIII and Jane Austen. Sign up at:
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The Telegraph 11h
Robert Taylor: Today is , but we are too busy denigrating males to celebrate it
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Norman Tebbit: Mrs May's deal is a punishment beating for a country that has dared to claim self-government
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In 2002, Lindsay Armstrong was forced to hold up the thong she was wearing when she was raped so the prosecution could accuse her of lying. Two weeks later she took her own life. Her mother says she is "appalled" by the case in Ireland
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.: I took a clinical-grade blood test at home – to help me decide what to have for lunch 
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