For unity’s sake, Tories are going to have to be relaxed about seeing party members on the other side of the EU campaign to themselves, alongside politicians from other parties.
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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?
The injustice of the Durham rape allegation. Mundell comes out. And: who will help me to make my mind up about Europe?
The campaign to quit the EU lacks charismatic faces to put up against the Prime Minister, three former premiers and well-known business figures.
He is testing the restrictions on ministerial freedom to support Leave to their limits. Ambitious colleagues will watch with interest.
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.
Strife within the so-called ‘People’s Army’ topped the poll on 32.3 per cent.
Citing Newton, Nightingale and Darwin, the film asks why anyone would think Britain is too weak to control its own affairs.
Lord Ashcroft’s new research on the coming EU referendum is a reminder that gut fear will count for more than rational argument.
The discussion foundered on the question of personalities. It is a big disappointment to those hoping for both sides to work together.
“…a set of trivial demands, something that isn’t going to fundamentally change the relationship between Britain and the EU.”
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?
Isabel Oakeshott: Arron Banks’s letter. Is he striving to unite Eurosceptics? Or just throwing in the towel?
Perhaps it will not be beyond Elliott’s diplomatic skills to negotiate an amicable merger – with himself in charge.