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Matthew Norman The Mueller report is just a US version of the Butler review on Iraq

Those who prefer not to be guided by recorded fact have chosen their bespoke version of the truth already. Nothing in his report will alter that

Libby Stanford I grew up near Columbine – this is how it affected me

We weren’t old enough to vote on what would happen to the guns that could kill us, so we prepared for what happened if they did

John Rentoul Donald Tusk is right: Britain needs time for a final say referendum

If we decided to stay, there might be a heavy price to pay for the ‘betrayal’ of the 2016 vote. But it would be the only way to allow the EU to move on