The treatment of Turkey has been deeply offensive. The Leave campaign has been happy to bandy its name about as if it was the continent’s dirty secret that can no longer be tolerated
Politicians of Turkish origin warned not to travel to Turkey or risk personal security
Diplomatic ties between Turkey and the EU continue to worsen
In countries such as Finland, the sun sets for as little as 55 minutes a day at this time of year
Turkish president says MPs who backed motion to recognise slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians are 'terrorists' with 'impure blood'
The Turkish leader has also raised eyebrows by attempting to outlaw abortion and adultery
Soraya Bouazzaoui told the Prime Minister: 'I'm an English literature student, I know waffling when I see it'
Notably Angela Merkel – who still prays that Erdogan will keep back the refugees from the EU – chose to stay absent from the vote
Europe’s growing Kurdish diaspora would be vastly increased if the crushed and war-suffering masses of Diyarbakir could find their way to Germany, Denmark and Sweden
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Vote Leave's xenophobic comments about Turkish people are misleading referendum voters by claiming that they are joining the EU, when this possibility is highly unlikely
Binali Yildirim replaced the former Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu following his resignation
EU leaders are deluding themselves by including part of the Middle East battle zone within their outer defences
Turkey and the EU reached a deal to send Syrian refugees back across the Aegean Sea in March
As Erdogan attempts to become the next Atatürk, he risks the future relations with the West
Thomas Cook has tried to battle the decline by shifting airline seats from Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt to the Canaries and mainland Spain, but it has not been enough to compensate