Farage has come out strong in the campaign but he faces an uphill battle getting his vote out.

Remainers are making a pig's ear of the European elections

Campaigning without any coordination means Remain parties could easily end up without any seats at all.

An onlooker in Paris wipes away a tear at a police cordon line near the Notre Dame Cathedral yesterday.

The lesson of Notre Dame: It could happen to parliament at any moment

Repeated reports have made clear that parliament is at severe risk of fire. Unless action is taken soon, we could lose the country's most famous building.

Security over compassion as UK funds harsher edge of French refugee efforts

The quest for Britain: Away from the media spotlight, Calais reaches breaking point

Desperate conditions in France are being worsened by a British funding programme which prioritises surveillance over common decency.

Cracks in the nation: Polling suggests it may be impossible to put Great Britain together again.

Polling analysis: The full extent of Britain's division brutally revealed

In-depth new polling data shows a country which simply isn't coming back together, with serious implications for Leave and Remain.

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Action on UN standards to tackle hate

Action on UN standards to tackle hate

Article 19 explore how States should respond to rising intolerance.

"Pay and exploitative employment are the real problems faced in modern Britain"

Labour's plans for a real living wage would be life changing for many people

A minimum wage of £10 will lift millions of people out of poverty

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