The corporate world must embrace human rights as a fundamental business priority.
Part two of British chancellor George Osborne's case for staying put is realistic but flawed.
So what if the Brexit camp is led by 'loons' – Bill Durodie smells freedom.
Explaining how the European Parliament and Commission combine to represent the interests of 28 member states.
Assessing the argument that the British people would be better represented by their national parliament.
Membership of the EU guarantees Britain's political power in Europe and beyond.
Voters see claim and counter claim about the economic effects of leaving the EU but the overwhelming consensus among economists is that Brexit will make Britons worse off.
Brexit would throw up all manner of problems for the UK economy, including a rise in borrowing costs for homeowners.
Our bodies are teeming with petty bureaucrats and red tape – it's the very fabric for life on Earth.
Those campaigning to leave are clinging onto the past for all the wrong reasons.
Leave had a 20 point lead over Remain in a recent YouGov poll – but this Brexit referendum concerned Britain’s membership of the Eurovision Song Contest, not Europe.
Staying in would enable the UK to play an active role in tackling the most pressing issues of the day, from tax evasion to terrorism, the former PM argued.
The war of words: why a report on the EU referendum labelled costs a 'Brexit tax'.
If there was a Brexit smaller clubs lower down the league structure would likely struggle to get the best talent.
If the current pace of negotiations continues, Brexit backers needn't worry about a new partner for decades.
The prime minister's security speech has been labelled fear mongering.
The bilateral deals struck over the years between Switzerland and the EU have been suggested as alternatives for the UK if it votes to leave in the referendum.
Recent cases have upheld the EU's regulation and the rights of national governments to enforce it.
Without European laws and courts to strike down overreaching UK legislation, post-Brexit Britons may see more invasions of their privacy.
When it comes to Brexit, both the Leave and Remain camps are using psychological trickery to convince voters.