The debate will be the first of three broadcast by the BBC
The plans have already been criticised for being based on a flawed strategy
The Supreme Court upheld the decision of both the High Court and Court of Appeal stating expats are not eligible to vote on 23 June
The PM's approach to the EU referendum has incensed some of his colleagues
'He was just a chap buying a car and that was it, says car dealer Mr Harris
Of the articles analysed 45 per cent were in favour of leaving the EU while 27 per cent were in favour of staying
'She was talking about the British people having a referendum...the fact is that the British people can’t vote'
'Once they know we will never leave, all our leverage will be gone. Look how they treated a British Prime Minister armed with the threat of Brexit. Can you imagine how they would treat a future PM without such a powerful card to play?'
'It’s a funny expression. It can mean lots of different things: it originally meant which side of a ship you were on when you were travelling out to India'
Mr Cameron said Mordaunt, the Armed Forces minister, was 'absolutely wrong' to say the UK does not have a veto on whether Turkey is allowed to accede to the bloc
The Prime Minister knows that securing his legacy is more important than scheming to influence the choice of his successor
With Conservative voters divided, both sides in the referendum agree that Labour supporters could swing it
Including one change that could prove very unpopular in the Tories' own heartlands
Former cabinet minister and prominent Leave campaigner accuses Prime Minister of ditching Sovereignty Bill proposal
His attacks on the public sector, on disabled people, and young people are entirely ideologically driven: he has just been exceptional at hiding it
Individual prisons will be given unprecedented freedoms to set their own rules, budgets and rehabilitation programmes under a system modelled on academy schools