Remain

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…

Eddie Izzard’s Remain spending spree

29 November 2016 17:01

Although Eddie Izzard’s kiss of death is famous throughout Westminster, the comedian-turned-campaigner still manages to bag prominent positions in losing…

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’:…

Why doesn’t the Guardian’s fevered hate crime coverage mention Christian victims?

11 November 2016 9:20

One searches in vain on the Guardian website for the name Nissar Hussain. This is odd because the newspaper seems…

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…

Imagine there’s no countries… and therefore no museums

10 September 2016 8:30

I’m not a great optimist about the whole Brexit thing, although my colleagues would mostly disagree. It’s as if we…

David Lammy takes centre stage at the debate against democracy

5 September 2016 19:36

In the EU referendum, Brexit triumphed after 17 million people plumped for Leave while 16 million voted for Remain. This act of…

Eddie Izzard parts ways with his pink beret

4 September 2016 20:00

During the EU referendum campaign, Eddie Izzard toured the country wearing a pink beret in a bid to convince young people…

Cameron’s ‘gongs for chums’ list sparks fury. But don’t expect Theresa May to block it

1 August 2016 8:05

His time in No.10 might have come to an end last month but it’s David Cameron who is on the…

Is a new political party for Remainers really the way forward?

10 July 2016 8:00

Shocked Remainers want a new political party — pro-European, ‘pro-business’ and free of any viscerally right- or left-wing taint. They…

The Brexit divide wasn’t between young and old, but Ponces and Non-Ponces

27 June 2016 12:22

Ever since Friday’s Glorious Victory, one of the chief recreation activities of we Brexiters of a childish bent has been…

At least the howls of Remain cry-babies give us something to snigger at

27 June 2016 11:22

A very good piece by Libby Purves on the petulance, whining and spite of our liberal elite. Libby got there…

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…

Coffee House Shots: The final countdown

22 June 2016 17:28

There are now only hours until the polls open in the EU referendum. But the campaigning has continued today right…

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…

The PM boils his entire referendum campaign into a single word. But will it convince voters?

22 June 2016 8:53

David Cameron has boiled down his entire EU referendum campaign into a single word: together. The Prime Minister made one…

Would a narrow win for ‘Leave’ be useful in getting a better post-Brexit deal?

22 June 2016 8:02

In less than 24 hours, the polling booths will finally open. We’ve seen today the now familiar raft of letters…

Victoria Beckham: ‘The Euro-bureaucrats are destroying every bit of national identity’

21 June 2016 14:25

Victoria Beckham has said today she wants Britain to remain a member of the European Union. But ‘Posh Spice’ hasn’t…

David Beckham backs ‘Remain’. But his reasons why don’t make any sense

21 June 2016 12:30

To be fair to David Beckham, he is at least slightly higher profile than some of the other ‘stars’ from…

Steve Hilton claims PM was told net migration target is ‘impossible’ whilst we’re in the EU

21 June 2016 7:49

So long as the economy was at the top of the agenda, ‘Remain’ will have felt safe in the knowledge…

Jeremy Corbyn refuses to take the blame for a Brexit in lacklustre Sky debate

20 June 2016 19:55

After finding himself accused of putting forward a half-hearted case for Remain, tonight Jeremy Corbyn had the chance to prove the naysayers wrong in his…

Another day, another private members’ club visit for Stuart Rose

20 June 2016 18:36

In recent weeks, there has been a genuine concern among Brexiteers that the In campaign are hiding Stuart Rose out of…