Around a quarter of a million people will be eligible to take part and to have their say.
Posts Tagged: EU
Iain Dale: The next victim of our broken justice system won’t be Nigel Evans. It will be Joe Bloggs.
Plus: The Telegraph’s war on Nadine. Bias at the Foreign Office. Euro-rules drive me bonkers. And: Cameron’s LadyShambles.
With Putin on the march, defence cuts biting and much of the Middle East in turmoil, is Coalition foreign policy fit for purpose?
Mark Littlewood: The winner of the Brexit Prize provides a blueprint for an open, independent Britain
Those who wish to leave the EU must have a serious plan for what life would be like outside.
Have economic changes and welfare reform made any difference to the desire to migrate from Eastern Europe?
In case you don’t have time to watch the real debate, here are all the arguments in advance.
He’s back! How Number 10 shut the whips out from the last reshuffle. The Clegg & Farage debate: I was there. And finally: my smut pledge to ConHome readers.
Views from Eastleigh.
The Deputy Prime Minister claims three million jobs are linked to our membership of the EU. The UKIP leader says that this is simply wrong.
It was about votes in May, not victory on the night.
Mark Field MP: Conservatives for Managed Migration want a sensible immigration policy, not an open door
Sir Andrew Green knows much about immigration policy, but in my experience the current system is broken.
There is no conflict between immigration control and an open economy. And it would help if this new group could get its facts right.
The Government is providing support where it is most needed to ensure that Britain is truly competitive once again.
Jeremy Lefroy MP: Evidence suggests that our Government, not the EU, controls public spending in Britain
Analysis of how our money is spent doesn’t support the claim that the oountry is run from Brussels.
From Italy to Ukraine – and elsewhere – democracy has been relegated to a bureaucratic box reluctantly ticked after the event.