The focus of the big four centre right newspapers has switched to immigration – binding them closer to a Brexit position.
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EU referendum campaign diaries: Week 1) On the doorstep and the high street, immigration and trade are prominent
From now until polling day, our diarists – Emily Knight for Leave and Andrew Marshall for Remain – will report back weekly on the ground war.
They call it 3 – 1 for Remain.
As each referendum campaign picks out target groups, there are worries about students, soldiers and expats
Each group apparently has registration problems. And postal votes go out this weekend.
Lord Ashcroft: Control versus risk – my new poll explores which message might win out in the referendum battle
Opinion remains divided, but the Leave vote is hardening.
Nothing in the current campaign gets close to the acrimony that lingered for long years after Maastricht.
Women are the most important group of swing voters in the EU referendum campaign: Harriet Harman has a point.
If the Prime Minister won’t defend his pro-EU case head-to-head, the Chancellor should.
The campaign’s latest film quotes the Prime Minister saying “I want us to pave the road from Ankara to Brussels.”
The people want a respectful, decent and honest referendum on the EU. Some in Government are failing to live up to that standard.
With Remain and Leave Tories increasingly suspicious of one another, there’s a lot of work to be done to reunite the Party.
Of all the areas of debate, perhaps the most confusing in this respect was the single market (indeed several people were not really sure what this term even meant).
A vote to remain will put voters’ insistence that border control is one of the most important issues facing Britain in perspective.
Here in full. Martin Durkin’s feature-length documentary, which makes the case for voting Leave.
Iain Dale: Vote Leave should stop fretting about Farage – who’s likely to be a better debater than Boris or Gove.
Plus: Hooligans shame the name of West Ham. Team Corbyn spins the local elections. And: Is Ruth Davidson actually Alec Douglas-Home in disguise?