Remain

Coffee House shots: Have ‘Remain’ done enough to win?

20 June 2016 17:23

We’re in the final days of campaigning before the country goes to the polls on Thursday. But what is the…

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…

Latest polls show a swing back to Remain

19 June 2016 10:28

We are now in the final week of the referendum campaign and the swing back towards the status quo appears…

Mark Carney uses interest rate decision to put the boot in over Brexit again

16 June 2016 12:36

The Bank of England’s decision to keep interest rates pegged at 0.5 per cent won’t surprise anyone. What is more…

Don’t panic! Turkey won’t be joining the EU anytime soon

16 June 2016 12:19

The Leave campaign sees the EU-Turkey accession talks as a reason to drum up fears about migration. In fact, it…

Bank of England Brexit bust-up shows the referendum campaign is getting nastier

16 June 2016 9:21

With a week to go until the referendum, nerves are running high in both the ‘Leave’ and ‘Remain’ campaigns. This…

The Spectator podcast: The Spectator backs Brexit

16 June 2016 7:44

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Coffee House shots: Osborne’s Brexit budget

15 June 2016 16:47

George Osborne has angered Tory MPs today by suggesting a vote to leave the European Union could trigger a series…

Scottish Brexit poll shows big drop in support for ‘Remain’

15 June 2016 12:54

‘Remain’ have being having a woeful time in the polls lately, with numerous surveys putting ‘Leave’ ahead. But north of…

Vote Leave’s action plan shows why Brexit wouldn’t be a ‘leap in the dark’

15 June 2016 7:35

What do David Cameron and the likes of Ed Balls and Harriet Harman have in common? The answer: they’ve all…

Coffee House shots: Brexit builds momentum, but can ‘Remain’ fight back?

14 June 2016 17:06

Brexit has continued to build momentum in the EU referendum race with successive polls putting ‘Leave’ ahead. So with nine…

‘Remain’ dodges a hammer blow from the European Court of Justice

14 June 2016 15:31

‘Remain’ might be trailing in the polls, but the campaign can at least be grateful they haven’t been dealt another…

Gordon Brown shows once again he’s learnt nothing from his run-in with Gillian Duffy

13 June 2016 13:50

Gordon Brown’s intervention in the EU referendum debate was meant to be all about putting forward the positive case for…

Can Gordon Brown give the ‘Remain’ camp the boost it so badly needs?

13 June 2016 8:21

As the countdown to the EU referendum debate continues, the momentum appears to have continued to swing towards Brexit: ‘Leave’…

The Spectator podcast: Brexit – the first 100 days

11 June 2016 9:00

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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…

Friday caption contest: Boris attack!

10 June 2016 12:40

Just in case last night’s Boris-bashing in the ITV debate wasn’t enough, Labour have decided to take another jab at…

What the papers say: Did ‘Operation Batter Boris’ go too far?

10 June 2016 8:16

The takeaway point from last night’s EU referendum showdown was the extent of the personal attacks on Boris. The former…

EU referendum TV debate – Leave and Remain face off in ITV showdown

9 June 2016 19:57

Fraser Nelson, James Forsyth and Isabel Hardman review the ITV debate: Welcome to Coffee House’s coverage of ITV’s EU referendum…

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…

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…

The Spectator podcast: Brexit – the first 100 days

9 June 2016 8:14

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How the papers reacted: Farage ‘destroyed’ as Cameron is ‘taken to task’ during live EU showdown

8 June 2016 8:08

David Cameron and Nigel Farage both avoided making any disastrous blunders during last night’s TV showdown and for that reason…

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…