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The seven ways ‘Remain’ could have won the EU referendum

13 December 2016 10:00

Trying to write the first draft of history on the EU referendum and the leadership mess that followed had both…

Brexit-bashers like Blair and Branson are the real enemies of the people

23 November 2016 11:00

Here’s a tip for judges, businessmen, peers, politicians and former PMs who don’t like being called ‘enemies of the people’:…

The unhinged backlash to the High Court’s Brexit ruling

4 November 2016 13:50

As a general rule, any day the government loses in court is a good day. So yesterday was an especially…

Reminder: the referendum was about leaving the EU, not blueprints for the future

26 June 2016 17:49

It does seem to me that there’s been a misunderstanding about what, exactly, a referendum is about. It’s not a…

It is best not just for Britain but for the EU that we part ways

24 June 2016 16:59

A few thoughts on today’s events. First – it wasn’t working. With each year it was becoming more and more…

This EU anarchy is more interesting than the alternative

24 June 2016 12:34

Don’t know about you, but the healing process is proving difficult from my point of view in dealing with my…

Boris Johnson’s victory speech: ‘we can find our voice in the world again’

24 June 2016 11:34

I want to begin this morning by paying tribute to David Cameron who has spoken earlier from Downing Street. I…

The Spectator’s Guide to EU Referendum day (and night)

22 June 2016 12:24

Britain goes to the polls tomorrow for the most important vote in a generation, as the country decides whether it…

Is it a case of Tim-Nice-But-Dim for Remain?

22 June 2016 11:53

Another day, another Brexit poll. This time YouGov claim to have discovered what a name can tell you about someone’s voting tendency. If…

How Sayeeda Warsi duped The Times

20 June 2016 10:00

Today The Times have splashed on the revelation that Baroness Warsi is defecting from Out to In as a result…

Baroness Warsi defects to ‘Remain’: ‘Leave aren’t the kind of people I’d get on a night bus with’

20 June 2016 7:42

Baroness Warsi hasn’t always been one to help out the Prime Minister when he’s in a spot of bother. But…

Listen: Priti Patel’s robotic turn on Today – ‘let me be clear!’

14 June 2016 11:28

Oh dear. Although Leave are currently speeding ahead of Remain in the polls, now is not the time for the Out…

Sarah Wollaston

Conservative party tensions hit a new low over Brexit

9 June 2016 9:10

The news that Sarah Wollaston has switched from being a Brexiteer to a Remain-er has gone down like a cup of…

GMB union boss’s sexist Brexit attack

6 June 2016 12:38

Oh dear. With Remain lagging behind Leave in today’s EU referendum polls, the In camp need to turn things around…

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…

On the EU campaign trail with Boris

23 May 2016 13:03

Boris Johnson is on the Vote Leave campaign trail in York this morning, and has just addressed a medium-sized crowd…

The bookmakers are giving up on the chances of Brexit

21 May 2016 8:30

The EU referendum is only weeks away and while the pollsters aren’t offering much certainty about the result, on the betting…

Liam Fox is wrong to suggest that the EU controls the Foreign Office

14 May 2016 9:07

Former Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox told an audience at the Royal United Services Institute last week that the Foreign…

EU referendum too close to call, according to new poll

15 September 2015 13:12

The new wording of the EU referendum question seems to have helped the Brexit cause. Since the Yes/No question changed…