After all, Northern Irish voters forgave Martin McGuiness his spell in the IRA. Plus: why did Boris Johnson get a pass on Brexit bungling?
Plus: they'll stop making fun of Prince Charles's ears, reserve us some sunloungers and play every Bond villian we want them to.
The former England footballer swiftly contradicts the Justice Secretary's comment.
A game of two halves.
The Mail on Sunday and The Times want In. The Sun, The Sunday Times and The Sunday Telegraph want Out.
Though some politicians have made long, well-argued speeches about the EU, correspondents on all channels are more interested in political tactics than policy.
The tabloid supports Britain leaving the EU.
“I just find this the most astonishing thing I’ve ever been involved in on television.”
Marcus Roberts on the referendum's undecideds.
What started as a trolling mechanism is now a gesture of defiance.
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