David Cameron's referendum was supposed to settle the EU issue for a generation. It would be ironic if it recreated the mayhem of the Major years
'To try and suggest that there is a link between criminality and Turkish communities – it is scaremongering'
Mihcael Gove has also attacked the poster from his fellow Brexiteer
Justice Secretary told ‘we are not the enemy – we are your friends’ by woman who has lived in England for 14 years
A vote to leave the EU next week is a vote for a right-wing Boris Johnson government which would try to deliver its land of milk and honey amid economic turmoil, a recession and a £30bn black hole in the public finances
'The honourable member for Uxbridge said if people have to pay for NHS services they would value them more'
As the dust settles, the hard bargaining would begin.
'The most important thing is to make a principled case for Britain leaving the EU'
Michael Gove appeared to admit it might take five years for Britain to leave the EU - a stance that was later clarified
Critics suspect it was Mr McBride who was behind an announcement by Vote Leave last week that Brexit would allow the Government to cut the rate of VAT on fuel in order to reduce energy bills
Prime Minister takes aim at Leave campaigns claims about Britain's economic prospects outside the EU
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The Justice Secretary said he was frustrated at Britain’s "inability to refuse entry to those with a criminal record and even some who are suspected of terrorist links"
Migrants must learn English and have relevant employment skills, Leave campaigners say
George Osborne rubbishes claims as more "fantasy economics" from Vote Leave
'My letter is already in. If the Remain camp wins by a large majority – I think it would have to be 60/40 – then David Cameron might just survive but if Remain win by a narrow majority or lose...he’s toast within days'