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Are we seeing the United Kingdom go the way of the Roman Empire?

Are we seeing the United Kingdom go the way of the Roman Empire?

Crikey readers discuss the UK's latest Brexit problem, Paladin, and Facebook regulation.

Why it’s simply impassable! Brexit deal enters an absurd Wonderland.

Why it’s simply impassable! Brexit deal enters an absurd Wonderland.

With the latest moves on Brexit in the House of Commons, absurdity and governance have fused completely.

Theresa May narrowly survives no-confidence vote

Theresa May narrowly survives no-confidence vote

Good morning, early birds. Theresa May has managed to weather another no-confidence vote, and Scott Morrison's Pacific Island "debt trap" plan is denounced from within Liberal ranks. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

May flounder: UK leader emphatically defeated on Brexit vote

May flounder: UK leader emphatically defeated on Brexit vote

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has had her planned Brexit deal thoroughly demolished in the House of Commons.

Negotiating Brexit is a parliamentary pantomime

Negotiating Brexit is a parliamentary pantomime

With no clear path in sight, the over-complicated Brexit farce is now threatening the legitimacy of the UK parliament.

Here’s to another 12 months of Theresa May

Here’s to another 12 months of Theresa May

Moments like these make us delighted the British PM has managed to cling on to power for another year.

Where can the Tories possibly go from here?

Where can the Tories possibly go from here?

Crikey readers discuss Theresa May's leadership, Scott Morrison's anti-corruption fail and the continued cluelessness of banking elites.

May survives (for now) as the UK hurtles toward a Brexit crash-out

May survives (for now) as the UK hurtles toward a Brexit crash-out

The Brexit situation is now head-bangingly complex.

May stares down no-confidence vote

May stares down no-confidence vote

Good morning, early birds. Voting has closed in the no-confidence motion against UK Prime Minister Theresa May, and the Morrison government is set to release the long-awaited Ruddock review into religious freedom. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Shorten to end temporary protection visas

Shorten to end temporary protection visas

Good morning, early birds. Bill Shorten would end temporary protection visas and fast-track citizenship for Australia's "legacy caseload" asylum seekers if elected, and Theresa May faces yet more Brexit hurdles. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.