The breakaway "Independent Group" of Labor MPs have joined the crossbench to protest Jeremy Corbyn's Brexit stance. But apart from some lofty words, do they stand for anything?
With the latest moves on Brexit in the House of Commons, absurdity and governance have fused completely.
A car bomb in the centre of Derry is not without a nostalgic touch; as '70s as flares and Thin Lizzy. But it signals an end to the Good Friday agreement.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has had her planned Brexit deal thoroughly demolished in the House of Commons.
With no clear path in sight, the over-complicated Brexit farce is now threatening the legitimacy of the UK parliament.
Moments like these make us delighted the British PM has managed to cling on to power for another year.
In this war, small gestures are almost as important as military actions.
Negotiating the Brexit deal has taken the Conservative Party to full and open revolt.
A peaceful democracy protest in France almost ended in tragedy for several Australians. Where is the response from the foreign ministry?