Remain

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…

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…

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…

The Spectator podcast: David Cameron’s purge of the posh

4 June 2016 10:20

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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…

Gove asks the British public to trust themselves

3 June 2016 21:57

It was Michael Gove’s turn in the Sky hot-seat tonight and he came determined to make the democratic case for…

How the papers reacted: Project Fear on trial as PM ‘savaged’ in first EU referendum showdown

3 June 2016 8:25

David Cameron might have emerged virtually unscathed from his first major EU referendum showdown last night. But the focus in…

Cameron keeps calm under immigration fire in first EU referendum show

2 June 2016 21:39

In a feisty interview with Faisal Islam, David Cameron defended his pledge to cut immigration to the tens of thousands…

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…

History teaches us the Chancellor’s Doomsday warning over Brexit is nothing to be scared of

2 June 2016 17:00

George Osborne’s doomsday warning over Brexit has an odd historical echo to it. Take James Rothschild’s letter to his brother…

Angela Merkel wades into the Brexit debate. But what made her decide to speak out?

2 June 2016 15:03

Angela Merkel has waded into the Brexit debate. Her stance won’t surprise anyone – she hopes that Britain stays put.…

The Spectator podcast: David Cameron’s purge of the posh

2 June 2016 7:58

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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…

How the TUC is doing Labour’s job for them in getting the EU vote out

1 June 2016 8:11

Labour voters will prove crucial in determining the outcome of the EU referendum, which makes the party’s near silence on…

Majority of voters are backing Brexit, according to latest EU referendum poll

31 May 2016 16:26

The latest EU referendum poll indicates that voters have swung considerably towards backing Brexit. 52 per cent of people surveyed…

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…

What China’s pragmatism teaches us about the Brexit debate

30 May 2016 13:14

Dr Johnson said that if anyone truly wanted to understand themselves, they should listen to what their enemies say about…

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…

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…

Today’s migration figures will be much-needed grist for the Brexit campaign

26 May 2016 10:02

Ever since David Cameron declared he wanted to get net migration down to below 100,000 the migration figures have caused…

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

26 May 2016 8:00

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So what if Brexit briefly raises the cost of a family holiday, Prime Minister?

24 May 2016 8:18

Nicola Sturgeon urged the Government yesterday to lay off the ‘Project Fear’ strategy and instead focus on spelling out the…

Tony Benn on the 1975 referendum

24 May 2016 7:35

This letter from Tony Benn to his constituents was written in 1975 and published in The Spectator.  In 1975 you…

Brexit might cause a short-term shock but it won’t be as bad as the Treasury makes out

23 May 2016 17:07

There’s already quite a wide consensus around the basic assumption of the Treasury’s latest report that there would be a…