This petty attempt to skew the referendum is unconstitutional and unwise.
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Martin Durkin’s latest documentary project is well worth donating to.
For some it was a simple decision. But others are feeling the heat from the leadership, their grassroots and a host of other factors.
In the 1970s, European integration looked like a modern project. Now it looks tired, outdated and wrongheaded.
Downing Street has conceded that – as we warned – the European Parliament can tear up the renegotiation after the referendum.
The Chairman of the ’22 reminds voters that staying in the EU means continued integration.
The Mayor of London will not admit it, but he is likely to vote to remain in the European Union.
England’s east and southern coasts; parts of Yorkshire, the Midlands and Cumbria; bits of Wales – in all these, support for Brexit is especially strong.
Come on, Prime Minister – it isn’t the grassroots influencing MPs not to vote with their hearts, it’s the leadership
Cameron is right to say MPs should vote with their hearts on the EU. But it’s odd to suggest associations are the influence that might stop them doing so.
The whole process has shown beyond doubt that the EU cannot be reformed from within.
The leader of a new pro-Remain campaign group makes a “pragmatic” case for staying in the EU, and says most Conservative MPs agree with him.
Without Vote Leave and its leadership, Britain’s chances of leaving the EU will be significantly reduced
After a painful week – including attempts to unseat Cummings – Steve Baker acts as peacemaker and urges a ceasefire.
Would the idea boost the chances of a Leave vote, or secure a better deal on which to Remain? And even if it’s desirable, is it feasible?
We’re bloody-minded, independent and stubborn at our best – it should perhaps be no surprise that we can be difficult to manage.
Both he and Villiers showed nerve and resolve in helping to secure Ministerial freedom to differ over the EU referendum.