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.
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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.
The Prime Minister has done the best possible job in the renegotiation – but the people he is negotiating with just don’t get it.
Hammond promised MPs that ‘the Government have no intention’ of sending pro-EU mailshots to every home. Now Downing Street thinks differently.
The British people are closely divided on the issue – and detailed research reveals the issues each campaign will be racing to make their own.
Many activists wonder if the flinty euroscepticism voiced in selection meetings will be replicated in practice.
The discussion foundered on the question of personalities. It is a big disappointment to those hoping for both sides to work together.
The 40 years since the founding of The Freedom Association have seen great advances – but the values of liberty must be defended again in the struggles to come.
The Corporation’s dedication to protecting the Europhile case from scrutiny, and to denying the people a say, is backfiring.
The key Eurosceptic donors who will fund the anti-EU campaign do not feel they can work with him. Will he step aside to aid the cause?
The Conservatives for Britain Co-Chairman asks 24 questions about possible breaches of the Party Board’s decision to remain neutral.
In the last parliament, our payments to Brussels were more than twice the total savings made through austerity.