Boris Johnson has transformed the terms of the EU referendum debate by announcing that he is to throw his weight behind the campaign to take Britain out of the EU.
The UK will be more exposed to Paris-style terror attacks if it stays in the EU, Iain Duncan Smith, one of the cabinet ministers campaigning for Brexit, has suggested.
“You must be knackered,” observed Andrew Marr, more in unkindness than sympathy.
If you want to live in the White House but don't want to endure the hassles and bad diner food that come with a presidential campaign, you're in luck.
David Cameron is mounting a last-ditch effort to woo London mayor Boris Johnson to back his campaign to stay in the European Union, by drawing up plans for a new constitutional settlement that puts the sovereignty of British institutions beyond doubt.
In his Antimémoires, the French writer and politician André Malraux recalls a conversation with President de Gaulle after the second world war in which De Gaulle said he planned to nationalise the banks and public utilities.
Television’s EU referendum, now the Brussels deal is done,won’t be some simple 90-minute debate between Out and Remain – still less a few Ask Dave or Nigel Question Times on May 2015 election lines.
Michael Gove has said that the European Union is encouraging extremism across Europe as he joined five other cabinet ministers in breaking ranks with David Cameron to campaign to take Britain out of the EU.
David Cameron has called for his referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU to take place on 23 June, after the cabinet formally agreed to campaign to stay in despite several minister openly supporting Brexit.
David Cameron has sought to make light of Michael Gove’s imminent decision to campaign to leave the European Union, saying he is “disappointed but ... not surprised”.
Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell are to speak at a Momentum conference that will run at the same time as Labour’s official party conference in Liverpool, although organisers deny it is intended to be a rival event.
Gisela Stuart, the Labour MP who co-chaired the campaign to leave the EU, has been accused of hypocrisy after she called on politicians “to be humane” and guarantee the rights of 3.5 million European citizens living in the UK.