A Liberal revival could do Theresa May real damage in the south.
When it’s your identity on the line, why would made-up figures about the EU be enough to change your mind?
A new book provides a useful starting point.
As Labour is dragged in to the battle of the battle buses, is it time to question the law on election spending?
For all Hillary Clinton's weaknesses, Donald Trump is close to the dream opponent, says Jonathan Jones.
Friends of the NS – including Stephen Hawking, Helena Kennedy, Geoff Dyer and Joan Armatrading – tell us what Europe means to them.
Attempts to talk seriously about the undemocratic nature of the European Union are consistently sidelined.
Gordon Brown cuts a relaxed figure on the campaign trail.
The nightmare of a Trump presidency and a Brexit vote ain't gonna happen, says Ian Leslie.
If the young don't turn out, the result will be Brexit.
Movement to Leave in the polls at this point in the cycle is what we'd expect to see, says Peter Kellner.
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