EU Referendum

“The European question has been given a decisive answer by the British people. We believe it was the right one. And it is final. Three other questions remain. Why did it happen? What does it mean? And what will happen next?”

“What would George Weidenfeld have thought of Brexit? He would have analysed the causes and asked: ‘Now — how do we save Europe?'”

“Have the unelected heads of international institutions got too big for their boots?”

After the surprising collapse of the dream ticket, the Conservatives must choose a leader who can offer optimism and hope

Beyond Europe’s borders, storm clouds are gathering; what Brexit would mean for the survival of the West is a fair question — though one not always fairly answered

After the Prime Minister’s renegotiation, the UK has the benefits of the single market while staying outside political, fiscal and monetary union 

Cameron’s deal, like the first Mrs Rochester, is an early mistake: it gives away our veto. By leaving the EU, we will regain control of our future  

Heavy government spending and foreign intervention on behalf of the Remain camp have sparked suspicion that the law is being broken

“The referendum on British membership of the European Union will be decided by the Eurosceptic but risk-averse middle chunk of the electorate”

The Treasury White Paper on the economic impact of leaving the EU is based on unsound economics and does not withstand close analysis