'The honourable member for Uxbridge said if people have to pay for NHS services they would value them more'
The Independent’s live coverage of the final Prime Minister’s Questions before the EU referendum
The effective 'no confidence' vote could see the government collapse and an early election called
Chancellor and his predecessor to claim emergency Budget would be necessary to plug black hole in public finances in event of vote to leave
Almost a quarter of students say they are not confident their education will ‘pay off’ after graduation
As labour shortages and the loss of outside investment start to bite, the economy would start to underperform and the poor would suffer
Martin Lewis concerned Government will 'put their fingers back in their ears' even after a debate
A former senior International Monetary Fund economist says the arguments that leaving the EU would cause permanent damage to the UK are not supported by evidence
Hours after a poll reveals two per cent of the population consider George Osborne 'Prime Ministerial', the Chancellor confirms the wisdom of the 98
This was Osborne’s audition for the top job – but it didn’t quite go to plan
Mr Osborne seemed to know nothing about the case, the SNP’s Westminster leader Angus Robertson said, despite it receiving 'wall-to-wall' coverage in Scotland
The Chancellor was accused of being 'too easily satisfied' by a 3 per cent tax deal
Vote Leave however said the Treasury was 'deeply biased'
'Despite Osborne's new-found freedom from EU red tape, he still hasn't followed through with his pledge.'
The Prime Minister knows that securing his legacy is more important than scheming to influence the choice of his successor