EU referendum polls vs odds: What are the latest Brexit predictions?
Voters will have to answer the question: “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?” Read more
Would Brexit trigger a domino effect in Europe?
There is little doubt that with Euroscepticism on the rise, Brexit would strengthen populist, anti-Brussels parties across the EU, increasing the potential for fragmentation and leading to what some see as a real risk of the structure unravelling. Read more
How would Brexit affect Northern Ireland and Scotland?
Here we look at Scotland and Northern Ireland and ask how likely a Brexit could lead to a breakup of the UK if Brexiteers get their way on June 23. Read more
5 takeaways from Cameron and Farage’s TV Brexit debate
Farage was pressed on a number of occasions to reassure voters that a vote to leave would not discriminate against ethnic minority Brits. Read more
Islam is Europe’s ‘new fascism,’ and other things European politicians say about Islam
Alexander Gauland, deputy chairman of the Alternative for Germany party: “Islam is not a religion like Catholic or Protestant Christianity, but a faith linked intellectually with a takeover of the state.” Read more
Immigration could swing it for Brexit bid to leave EU
Many diehard Remainers regard the Leave campaign’s stress on immigration as proof that it is a movement that ultimately rests on racism and xenophobia. Read more
Brexit the first step to EU’s demise, says UKIP’s Farage
Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence party, has said a British vote to leave the EU would be the first step in what he hoped would be the disintegration of the bloc. Read more
Population expert DAVID COLEMAN says white Britons could be in the minority by 2060 – or sooner
Rapid population growth is destabilising and transforming its population, its environment and its ethnic make-up into something quite new. Read more
Poll gives Brexit leave EU campaign lead of three percentage points
The poll suggests the remain camp has lost four percentage points in the last two weeks, during which Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have relentlessly campaigned on the theme of immigration. Read more
Immigration focus is turning point in EU campaign, says Farage
The UKIP leader said David Cameron used the single market as the “answer for everything” because he couldn’t explain how to control immigration in the EU.m He said Mr Cameron’s focus on trade was a “smokescreen” and people cared more about their quality of life. Read more
Latest EU referendum polls: Remain and Leave both on 44% as Brexit warning issued
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) slashed its forecasts for the UK economy as it said Brexit fears have already “undermined” growth. Read more