Editorial The Independent’s Final Say petition has reached a million signatures

A chaotic approach thus far has delivered infighting, resignations and party politics – but little progress on the key issues that people care about

Andrew Adonis The people have spoken – now politicians must offer a Final Say

More than one million of you called on government for another vote on Brexit, but we can't stop here. Next, we must force our elected representatives to act in the best interests of this country

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Rob Merrick Rudd admits new Brexit referendum on table if May's deal rejected

Work and pensions secretary also undermines prime minister’s 'my deal or no deal' threat , saying: 'There isn’t a majority in the House of Commons to allow that'

Alex Matthews-King Antidepressant prescriptions 'increased in wake of Brexit vote'

All prescription medications studied had been rising year on year but suddenly went into decline in 2016, with the exception of antidepressants

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David Wilcock 4 in 10 Britons back second in-out Brexit referendum, poll finds

Thousands questioned in one of largest surveys on subject

Richard Morgan Britain Before Brexit: a portrait of East England and its people

The Independent’s photographer Richard Morgan examines his own country in the midst of Brexit’s chaos, scrutinising the contrasts of contemporary Britain and the ambivalence of modern Britishness. This week: East of England

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Steve Coogan The will of the people means a Final Say

Brexit might be a big deal, but it’s certainly not a done deal. The momentum is with the campaign for a second referendum, and Saturday's march is crucial

Howard Goodall The scary truth about how much Brexit will affect our 'soft power'

Orchestras, for instance, now heavily depend on the video game industry, which is about to relocate to Berlin. And Rees-Mogg’s response to musicians’ concerns shows that he doesn’t even have a proper grasp of the past, never mind the future

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