EU referendum

Instant Opinion: Brexit changed ‘everything and nothing’
Boris Johnson
In Depth

Instant Opinion: Brexit changed ‘everything and nothing’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Tuesday 23 June
23 Jun 2020
Security costs to keep MPs safe rise by £4m post-Brexit
westminster
In Brief

Security costs to keep MPs safe rise by £4m post-Brexit

Heightened security measures follow divisive Brexit referendum and terrorist threats
21 May 2020
Russian influence on Brexit vote ‘unquantifiable’
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Russian influence on Brexit vote ‘unquantifiable’

Report into UK vote meddling will not be published in full until after the election, minister says
18 Nov 2019
The pros and cons of a second referendum
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The pros and cons of a second referendum

Labour Party at odds with itself over the prospect of a People’s Vote
25 Oct 2019
Second referendum odds: will the public get another say?
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Second referendum odds: will the public get another say?

Corbyn hints that Labour could stay neutral in a second EU vote
20 Aug 2019
Why Brexit activist Darren Grimes is appealing £20,000 fine
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Why Brexit activist Darren Grimes is appealing £20,000 fine

Electoral Commission defends penalty for BeLeave founder accused of wrongly reporting campaign spending
16 Jul 2019
What Nigel Farage was doing before politics
Ukip leader Nigel Farage
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What Nigel Farage was doing before politics

How the former UKIP founder went from City trader to ‘Mr Brexit’
22 May 2019

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Can the Revoke Article 50 petition change course of Brexit?
Brexit march
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Can the Revoke Article 50 petition change course of Brexit?

Politics professor examines the impact of e-petitions as millions add signature to break record
26 Mar 2019
Vote Leave fined £40,000 for sending unlawful messages
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Vote Leave fined £40,000 for sending unlawful messages

The official Brexit campaign group had previously been found to have broken electoral law
20 Mar 2019
MPs call for investigation into Russian influence on Brexit
Vladimir Putin
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MPs call for investigation into Russian influence on Brexit

Cross-party committee says UK government has not done enough to probe effect on referendum result
18 Feb 2019
Second Brexit referendum: what would be on the ballot paper?
Ballot paper for EU referendum
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Second Brexit referendum: what would be on the ballot paper?

Government ministers reportedly in talks with Labour MPs about a fresh vote
11 Dec 2018
What happens if MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal?
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What happens if MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal?

The Week explores the options on the table if the PM fails to win the support of Parliament
22 Nov 2018
Why May’s Brexit is almost exactly what you voted for
Ballot paper for EU referendum
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Why May’s Brexit is almost exactly what you voted for

The control people wanted to take back was over the UK’s borders, says political economy academic
20 Nov 2018
The People’s Vote march: when, where and why it is happening
An anti-Brexit demonstrator in front of Parliament
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The People’s Vote march: when, where and why it is happening

Organisers are expecting the biggest turnout for a Brexit demonstration yet
18 Oct 2018
Dogs march for second Brexit referendum - in pictures
Dogs on Brexit march
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Dogs march for second Brexit referendum - in pictures

Protesters call for ‘wooferendum’ as they walk to Parliament Square
8 Oct 2018
SNP backs second EU referendum
Nicola Sturgeon at SNP Conference in Glasgow
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SNP backs second EU referendum

Nicola Sturgeon swings behind People’s Vote, but could tie support to new independence referendum
8 Oct 2018
Jeremy Corbyn opens door to second referendum
A People's Vote march in Liverpool on Saturday
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Jeremy Corbyn opens door to second referendum

Labour members to vote on keeping ‘all options remaining on the table, including campaigning for a public vote’
24 Sep 2018
Could Labour win back power by backing new Brexit vote?
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says his party is ‘well placed to fight’
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Could Labour win back power by backing new Brexit vote?

Poll finds that endorsing ‘people’s vote’ would bring party net gain in general election
21 Sep 2018
Italy steps back from euro referendum threat
5 Star founder Beppe Brillo has long called for a referendum on the euro
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Italy steps back from euro referendum threat

Currency plebiscite ‘not in the governing coalition’s contract and will not be pursued’ says deputy prime minister
30 Jul 2018
Should hedge funds be banned from private polling?
Markets crashed in the hours following the Brexit vote
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Should hedge funds be banned from private polling?

Businesses accused of gaming referendum result to make billions in profits
27 Jun 2018
What is neoliberalism?
Margaret Thatcher
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What is neoliberalism?

Dominant political ideology of the late 20th century has fallen out of favour in recent times
11 Jun 2018
Leave.EU fined £70,000 for breaking electoral laws
Liz Bilney
In Brief

Leave.EU fined £70,000 for breaking electoral laws

Chief executive Liz Bilney faces police probe after pro-Brexit group failed to disclose £77,380 in expenditure
11 May 2018
Arron Banks faces Brexit donation probe
Leave.eu chairman Aaron Banks was instrumental in turning out the Brexit vote
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Arron Banks faces Brexit donation probe

Electoral Commission to rule whether donations to Leave side broke campaign finance rules
2 Nov 2017
Doctors call on Tories to pledge £350m a week for NHS
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Doctors call on Tories to pledge £350m a week for NHS

Open letter to Conservative Party argues Brexit campaign promise must be upheld
17 May 2017
Should Theresa May call an early general election?
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Should Theresa May call an early general election?

William Hague warns 'trouble is coming' over Brexit and urges PM to look for bigger majority
7 Mar 2017
Brexit: Where are we, eight months on from EU referendum?
David Cameron
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Brexit: Where are we, eight months on from EU referendum?

A lot has happened since the UK voted to leave the European Union last June
24 Feb 2017
Fake news: Seven bizarre stories that went viral
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Fake news: Seven bizarre stories that went viral

From Pizzagate to Brexit, these are some of the biggest whoppers circulating online
31 Jan 2017
Was High Court ruling on Article 50 bad for UK democracy?
Theresa May
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Was High Court ruling on Article 50 bad for UK democracy?

Leave campaigners warn against 'subversion' after government is forced to put its plans before parliament
4 Nov 2016
Foreign Office turf war breaks out between Johnson and Fox
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Foreign Office turf war breaks out between Johnson and Fox

Leaked emails reveal battle for power over Brexit between Foreign Secretary and International Trade Secretary
15 Aug 2016
End of an era: The highs and lows of David Cameron's career
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End of an era: The highs and lows of David Cameron's career

Commentators ponder legacy as Prime Minister formally offers his resignation to the Queen
13 Jul 2016
Brexit: MPs urged to speak out after rise in hate crimes
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Brexit: MPs urged to speak out after rise in hate crimes

David Cameron condemns xenophobic abuse after minority groups are targeted around the country
28 Jun 2016
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