Leave voters are not as anti-immigrant as you think.
Gordon Brown cuts a relaxed figure on the campaign trail.
.A week is a long time in politics. And in literary criticism, for that matter.
The Prime Minister's conciliatory tone contrasted with the Ukip leader's tetchiness.
The wilful blindness of governments striving for good employment figures and regeneration, following industrial decline, has led to companies exploiting their workers through agencies with increasing ease.
Marcus Roberts on the referendum's undecideds.
The nightmare of a Trump presidency and a Brexit vote ain't gonna happen, says Ian Leslie.
Surely I ought to help this man – but what would even two or three days of my assistance really do?
The new Conservative MP and former Army officer on his fears of a rightward drift, how military intervention should be decided, and Labour’s patriotism problem.
If the young don't turn out, the result will be Brexit.
Nigel Farage's toxic intervention in the European debate shows why the Women's Equality Party is needed
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