Brexit

By putting the left-wing case for Brexit, the party can lift a referendum debate so far dominated by Etonian egos and Little Englanders

If Britain leaves the EU, the West will be weaker. Geopolitical reality makes the case for staying engaged compelling even for Eurosceptics

After failing to predict the outcome of the general election, polling companies face a high-stakes challenge to redeem themselves in June

Whether over opt-outs, expansion or sovereignty, British prime ministers have consistently been outmanoeuvred by Brussels

‘If we do leave the EU, it should be more in a spirit of regret than of celebration’

Ignore talk of ‘Tory splits’. The country wants Conservatives and UKIP to co-operate — otherwise Labour will deny us a referendum

A former minister for Europe explains why the Europhiles are losing—and why the French still don’t believe Cameron is serious