Old folks dancing, a toy monkey and thirty Swiss francs a day. I never want to come home again.
Would Calais come to Dover? Or would we “beef up” our borders?
In Scotland and Northern Ireland, it was economic self-interest and inherent caution that ultimately trumped nationalism. Will England do the same?
The EU referendum exposed a gaping fault line in our society – and it’s not between left and right.
As the votes are finally cast, the latest Brexit polls are still in the balance.
Placing a stake on the Brexit result? Check the latest odds here.
The Spanish party's head of foreign affairs argues the European left should fight for a better EU.
Plus: they'll stop making fun of Prince Charles's ears, reserve us some sunloungers and play every Bond villian we want them to.
Will there be a Brexit exit poll? No, and here's why.
Brexit would have an impact across these isles – and could cause particular problems when it comes to the border between the Republic of Ireland and the North.
A narrow Remain victory will likely result in a second vote under a future Conservative government.
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