George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
Remain refused to speak of the benefits of increasing immigration. Leave refused to speak of the costs of reducing it.
It is the EU of tomorrow, not today, that the Labour leader truly supports.
A narrow Remain victory will likely result in a second vote under a future Conservative government.
The battle-hardened London mayor and Scottish Tory leader relentlessly exposed Leave's mendacity.
Labour leader says he won't be responsible for "people's decision" and that "there may well be a Leave vote".
The PM came out fighting after being derided as a "21st-century Neville Chamberlain".
That these institutions attracted someone of Cox's calibre suggests they are in better health than many suggest.
George Eaton explores the myths around our migrant benefit bill.
The referendum debate has been long on polemic and short on facts.
Whatever the result, the chasm between the party and its supporters has been exposed as never before.
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