The survey is in flux and is set to continue so.
The survey was conducted before the publication of Cameron’s draft EU deal – but Europe will still have had an effect on some of the results.
The Leader of the Opposition was lazy, limp and lacklustre. Labour must be able to do better than this.
Clouds are gathering on the EU referendum and the global economy.
The Mayor of London will not admit it, but he is likely to vote to remain in the European Union.
Downing Street says that the meeting is “not designed to discuss Europe interaction” – which suggests that next week’s summit will indeed be discussed.
A stress on character is at the heart of the reforms which Cameron described yesterday and which Gove is implementing.
World Exclusive. How Margaret Thatcher would have voted in the EU referendum. Stunning ConHome revelation.
We unmask the astounding truth.
The Mayor continues to perform his fan dance on the topic – but doing so comes with risks for his leadership ambitions.
The Prime Minister’s remarks about Calais prove that he is breaking his truce with Brexiteeer Ministers once again.
The row over the Prime Minister’s remarks about local Associations has been mostly concocted. But the need for Party reform is real. We open a ConHome series.
Is Patel about to come out fighting for Brexit? Will Gove resist Cameron’s pleas? And what about Boris?
Party members give Cameron’s renegotiation an unequivocal thumbs-down in our survey. Over two-thirds likely to back Brexit.
We conducted it in the wake of his renegotiation and the draft deal.
Leave EU v Vote Leave. Complex details, simple choice. Do you want a UKIP-flavoured Brexit campaign or not?
The sooner all concerned grasp this, the better.
Banning the direct state subsidy of third-sector lobbying is welcome, but will be meaningless without measures to prevent indirect subsidy.