Plus: Obama: so that went well, then. Scotland: will it go well for Davidson? Wales – it may go well for Neil Hamilton (remember him).
The day after Brexit will look pretty much like the previous day. It’s what happens in the years that follow that will really count.
Also: Dugdale claims Tories are pouring ‘petrol’ on Union; Davies fights back amidst poor polls for Welsh Conservatives; Villiers clashes with Dublin; and more.
The SNP intends to drag Scotland through years of uncertainty. We are offering a positive alternative.
Andrew Kennedy: As elections loom, why campaigning matters – and why it’s never over till the fat lady sings
The building block for every victory is simply boots on the ground. Without gathering that vital data, there can be no targeted campaigning. This is the difference we make.
Plus: Whinging republicans. Useless Corbyn. McDonnell v McDonald’s. And: the imperishable wisdom of William Gladstone.
And, just as importantly, can it be held against ISIS and whoever might come after them?
I don’t care if the Culture Secretary wears a blue silk kimono while eating his toast, and I really don’t want to know whom he’s dating.
Also: Davies sets out Welsh Conservatives’ whole-life plan; Davidson closes gap with Scottish Labour; Northern Irish Labour rebel and contest elections; Scottish left clash over tax and oil; and more.
No institution – regardless of its fame or its long history – has a God-given right to success or even to continued existence.
From Reggie to Dessie: In which glamorous young ladies of Eastern European extraction close in on Conservative MPs
Plus: The Parliamentary Awayday. Matt Hancock is bitten by a police alsatian – but as Fabricant observed, the dog should live!
The arguments need to be made again, not for the benefit of rich people but for the benefit of everyone in the UK and around the world.
Iain Dale: The task of Leave campaigners now is to come together, unite – and fight the campaign of their lives.
Plus: The ludicrous Evan Harris. My broken mobile. The menace of TTIP. The smears of Yvette Cooper. And: why Polly Toynbee swiftly changed the subject.
In a Daily Telegraph piece on the eve of poll, Margaret Thatcher argued for Europe, putting co-operation ahead of trade.
The pro-EU campaign is the most Eeyorish, doom-obsessed effort I have ever come across. We have a better message than them.