'When he starts invoking the memories of Hitler, that has crossed the bounds of domestic debate'
After David Cameron inferred Isis would support Brexit, we examine the best attempts by both the Leave and Remain camps to influence opinion
Remain has a narrow lead of 43 to 40.5%, but this advantage is wiped out among voters who say they are very likely to vote – giving Leave the victory by 45% to 44.5%
European Council president said he could not 'remain silent' in the face of comments by such an 'influential' politician
'Boris is a lot better informed about Ancient Greece and Rome than about modern history'
The former mayor of London had likened the EU's aims to those of Hitler
Churchill's grandson, Sir Nicholas Soames, says it demonstrated the former Mayor of London's 'complete lack of credibility and coherence' on Europe
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The former Mayor of London’s hapless intervention in the Brexit debate has shown his political limitations. For once, his affability cannot cover it
The arguments over the EU Referendum are deep and complex, Boris warns, while wearing a hi-viz jacket and defacing some metal with an angle grinder
The Prime Minister is booked for a TV clash with Nigel Farage: our chief political commentator imagines what might happen in each of the four possible match-ups
While campaigning for Vote Leave the MP also repeated the disputed claim that the UK sends £350 million a week to Brussels, and refused to apologise for his comments about Barack Obama
Former Mayor of London criticised for saying the European Union was partially to blame for the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Boris made the 'liberal cosmoplitan' case for Brexit and it sounded a lot like the tiny-minded nationalism he so hates
“I once asked Rupert Murdoch why he was so opposed to the European Union. ‘That’s easy,’ he replied. ‘When I go to Downing Street they do what I say; when I go to Brussels they take no notice.’”