Former Vote Leave chairman under attack from expats and Remainers
The five things you need to know on Friday 11 July 2014... 1) WAS THERE A PAEDO 'CHUM-OCRACY'? From the Sun: "The Westminster
The five things you need to know on Sunday 29 June 2014... 1) CRUDDAS BLASTS TEAM ED'S 'DEAD HAND' On Thursday, Ed Miliband
Britain's exit from the European Union would boost the economy by £1.3 billion, according to a senior trade diplomat. Iain
A leading economic think-tank is offering a €100,000 prize to the person who can come up with the best analysis of how the
With a rising number of Conservatives calling for a referendum before 2017 and the unlikely chances of this happening given that their coalition partners do not agree, the Europe question is going to be argued and debated for some time to come.
For the Prime Minister to insist that "we would require the agreement of our coalition partners" could be seen as placing politics above principle - an advertisement for self-imposed weakness. The opportunity for David Cameron is visibly to put the country before the coalition. The Prime Minister should offer them an ultimatum.
Ed Miliband is to accuse David Cameron of putting efforts to hold the Tory party together ahead of the national interest
David Cameron could take the extraordinary step of voting against his own Queen's Speech next week, as he attempts to placate
The United Kingdom "should be prepared" to leave the European UnionBoris Johnson has said, as David Cameron condemned Tories