We vote remain with neither pride nor joy; we do it as a way of getting back to square one, a way of trying to pretend that all the dirt that has been dug up over this campaign never had been. This referendum was sold to us on the false pretence of democracy and has ended in a display of cavemanism. Vote remain on June 23rd and we can get to work trying to clean up this mess.
Like it or not, the idea of an in-out referendum will play a big part in the Britain's forthcoming general election. Britons might tell pollsters they care little about the topic, but Europe is woven into so many issues that it will be up there in the headlines day after day. Yet the question of Britain's E.U. membership defies simple answers.
If Britain pulls out of the European Union it would spell disaster for countries like Poland, the country's ambassador has
Danny Alexander, George Osborne's Liberal Democrat deputy, has been awkwardly undermined by Treasury civil servants in his
Britain could exit the EU - a Brexit - as the result of a referendum leading to a negotiated withdrawal, a unilateral withdrawal without a referendum or negotiations, Britain's expulsion, steps by the EU to freeze Britain out, or the rest of the EU leaving Britain behind in a position that lands it outside. None will be easy for Britain or the EU. All have their flaws.
Danny Alexander, George Osborne's Liberal Democrat deputy, is risking a new coalition rift by using official Treasury analysis
Britain should trigger a process that would give it back-door independence from the European Union and challenge Brussels
Britain's exit from the European Union would boost the economy by £1.3 billion, according to a senior trade diplomat. Iain
On the eve of Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage's second debate about Britain's membership of the European Union, Vince Cable has
Ed Balls has warned that "even talking" of Britain leaving the European Union is "anti-jobs and anti-business" as it would