The world changes in many ways, but the rules of modern campaigns are still defined by Clinton’s success in 1992.
Posts Tagged: Vote Leave
Funding for EU programmes in the UK will be maintained until 2020 – just as Vote Leave promised.
Gary Bennett: Stop blaming the old and the ignorant for Brexit – the statistics just don’t support these myths
The other popular Remain argument – that the result was too close to provide a valid mandate – is also bogus.
Are you simply a candidate of the Right? How would you handle a Democrat administration in America?
What evidence is there that you can increase the Party’s electoral reach? Would you bring back liberal interventionism? Would you appoint George Osborne to your Cabinet?
Racist attacks since the referendum. “Send them home” rhetoric. Who’s responsible, and what can be done?
It would be wrong to pretend some racists don’t feel emboldened. But it would be an injustice to tar 17.4 million Leavers as agreeing with them.
We Eurosceptics, of all people, know the pain of defeat. But we learned the hard way that denial is no solution.
Of course there’s grief in being outvoted. But consider for a moment that for many Leave voters that has been a lifelong experience.
A committed movement, armed with a strong message and moulded into an effective ground machine won out.
The British people now have a chance, probably for the last time, to restore democratic institutions to their proper place.
We believe that Britain has a greater future than just managed decline inside a failing EU.
Much of everyday life will look the same outside the EU – but we will have more freedom to make our own laws and our own decisions.
Andrew Marshall, for Remain, and Emily Knight, for Leave, offer their final insights from the doorstep.
With a week to go, the different strengths and weaknesses of each side’s Get Out The Vote operations could be the deciding factor.
Far from providing a solution to mistrust of EU institutions, Brexiteers have done their best best to undermine trust in British ones.
We Leavers have the facts and the determination on our side.