Political communications expert criticises media's behaviour in the lead up to the referendum
Mr Cameron gave the all-clear for the referendum back in January 2013. Here's why
'People in this country have had enough of experts,' said Michael Gove earlier this month and the referendum result suggests he was right
Prices in the capital are twice as expensive as second-place Paris, but the United Kingdom managed only fourth place...
'Look at the result this way, it was not the most logical, rational or desirable, but it was the most obvious'
Politicians in other European countries are now demanding their own referendum, following the Brexit result
The Brexit vote will encourage copycat challenges in countries such as Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands – and even France
But climate change campaigners claim it proves the targets were not tough enough
'In Brussels, there is no pedantic grocer who measures cucumbers... can Britain really believe this caricature?' asked Matteo Renzi
Both the Remain and Leave campaigns are making their last pitches for the EU referendum as we enter the final days of the campaigning period
The one place that seems to be exempt from the perilous sense of a future unknown is the UK
From exchange rates and state pensions, to property purchases and tracker mortgages
As Uefa Euro 2016 kicks off, The Independent has compiled concise guides to each of the host cities
‘Whether we stay or go, the Government has to wake up to the damage its policy and rhetoric is doing to our £17.5 billion education export industry’
Nicola Sturgeon is 'keener to be ruled by Brussels than by Westminster politicians'
'Most of us feel like starting the day by fishing for herring in an area designated for those with a European license. Eventually, you can’t help but be sick of the EU telling you what to do'