Like it or not, Barack Obama has every right to voice his concerns about this referendum
Stark warning against agreement disclosed in response to a Freedom of Information request
News comes on the day BBC survey shows two-thirds of students support no platforming
Obama described national laws and protections as “regulatory and bureaucratic irritants and blockages to trade.”
British interests are secondary to the visiting President. What matters to him is tailoring our situation to interests of his own citizens
The rush to denounce Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for opining on the EU referendum is typical of a campaign from which considered debate has been depressingly absent
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Home Secretary makes major foray into EU referendum debate
Labour leader says he 'enjoyed' his 'excellent' meeting with the US President
'Why should the President of the United States have a head of my grandfather in his room?' Sir Nicholas Soames asked
But Boris Johnson's clowning is a disservice to democracy: the British people deserve to hear a better case for Britain to leave the EU
'My primary message is going to be to reject pessimism and cynicism, know that progress is possible and that problems can be solved'
The US president has warned Britain against leaving the European Union
President Obama has used his two-day visit to the UK to speak in favour of its continued membership in the EU
According to Boris, Obama's 'colonial angst' means he's plotting to destroy Britain in the cruellest way possible - keeping us in the EU
'This is beyond the pale and base politics of the worst kind. We may have come to expect this from Donald Trump'