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Going for Boris just makes the Remain side look rattled

11 June 2016 10:35

All sides of the Remain campaign are turning their fire on Boris Johnson at the moment. But these attacks are,…

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‘Please don’t go’: Spiegel magazine urges Brits not to leave

10 June 2016 17:48

A week after Angela Merkel intervened in the Brexit debate to say she hopes Britain stays in the EU, Germany’s…

Is the looming prospect of Brexit dampening trade with other EU countries?

9 June 2016 17:00

Is the looming prospect of Brexit dampening trade with other EU countries? Not if the latest trade statistics are anything…

The Spectator podcast: Brexit – the first 100 days

9 June 2016 8:14

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Today in audio: ‘Remain’ fights back as PM warns of Brexit ‘bomb’

6 June 2016 17:16

Momentum in the ‘Leave’ campaign seems to be growing after Brexit took the lead in two polls out today. There…

Vote Leave has brought out its Turkish weapon

6 June 2016 13:50

Vote Leave feel that they now have the momentum in this campaign. The three polls out today all have them…

Brexit momentum builds as another poll puts ‘Leave’ ahead

6 June 2016 8:19

If the polls this morning are anything to go by, the momentum for Brexit is building: an ITV poll for…

Boris Johnson Leads 48Hour Brexit Blitz Of Campaigning

Could the Vote Leave strategy work?

4 June 2016 10:31

The Leave campaign have had their best week of the campaign this week. After months of being battered by the Whitehall machine,…

The Treasury’s Brexit forecast is ludicrous. We’re better off out of the EU

4 June 2016 8:30

Leaving the EU should boost pay and create more jobs. Spending our own money on our own priorities ensures that…

The Cincinnati zoo backlash shows how democracy is just a step away from mob rule

2 June 2016 20:48

Here’s a really heart warming story, about a young criminal and all-round bad guy who became a dad and turned…

Boris Johnson Delivers Stump Speech For The Vote Leave Referendum Campaign

Why the opinion polls still matter

1 June 2016 18:03

This EU referendum is a particularly difficult contest to poll and after the general election we all should be wary…

Every pro-EU argument boils down to not being able to trust the ‘plebs’

1 June 2016 12:07

We all know that the Remain camp has peddled the politics of fear. But what is the object of their…

Boris ignores some basic points when he argues Brexit would cut fuel prices

31 May 2016 8:43

Would Brexit mean cheaper fuel bills for Brits? That’s the claim made by Boris Johnson and Michael Gove today, who…

Post-Brexit Britain could cut net migration by 100,000 a year. Here’s how

30 May 2016 13:41

The absence of an outline of a post-exit immigration regime is a serious gap in the Referendum debate. That need…

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How Vote Leave plan to persuade the electorate that there are real risks to staying in the EU

28 May 2016 10:31

The IN campaign’s plan for victory in this EU referendum is relatively simple.  ‘Do you want the status quo or…

The Spectator podcast: Brexit, and the return of political lying

28 May 2016 9:29

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The Spectator poll: Are You In or Out? Bob Geldof, Tim Rice & Joey Essex have their say

27 May 2016 15:30

The Spectator’s EU Poll asked a fairly random group of well-known people how they’d vote in the EU referendum, and…

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Vote Leave’s £50 million question

27 May 2016 10:01

If you ask most people if they wanted to win £50 million, the answer would be: where do I sign…

Purdah could give the Brexit campaign the boost it so badly needs

27 May 2016 8:15

If you’ve become fed-up with half-baked Treasury statistics, the start of the purdah period is welcome news. The ban on…

Alex Salmond Of The SNP Casts His Vote As The UK Goes To The Polls

Immigration dominates first BBC EU debate

26 May 2016 21:51

The Lincoln-Douglas debate it was not, but we have just had the first prime time TV debate of this EU…

The Spectator podcast: Brexit, and the return of political lying

26 May 2016 8:00

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Hilton: Brexit would be the crowning achievement of Tory modernisation

25 May 2016 0:01

In a speech to Policy Exchange today, Steve Hilton—David Cameron’s former senior adviser—will make the case that ‘any intellectual rigorous…

Today in audio: Fallon says Putin would ‘Vote leave’

24 May 2016 17:34

Vladimir Putin’s name has popped up again in the Brexit debate. This time, however, it wasn’t the Prime Minister suggesting…

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Catholic bishops split over Brexit as Archbishop accuses Osborne of ‘ludicrous’ scaremongering

23 May 2016 17:57

Archbishop Peter Smith, the Catholic Archbishop of Southwark – whose diocese covers all of London south of the Thames – has…

Boris hits back in Brussels banana row. But has he got his facts right this time?

23 May 2016 14:03

Boris has hit back in the row over whether Brussels tells Brits what types of bananas we can eat. Last…