Europe at the moment is divided into two stark responses to the EU – exit or remain. A third, better option would be to stay, but challenge and change it from within.
George Osborne has sought to reassure markets, but the referendum result has sparked a chain of painful events at a time when Britain has no means to protect itself.
The debate about immigration is becoming a debate about immigrants – which is dangerous territory.
A cultural war is necessary to protect the progressive and compassionate heart of this country.
Those who favour Brexit imply it would be followed either by a European superstate or the collapse of the EU. Here's why neither is in UK's interests.
How will the football influence the vote? Here are the possibilities ...
Media coverage of the debate has so far been dominated by Conservative men
All eyes were on the race for second place in the 2016 Welsh Assembly elections.
When it comes to Brexit, both the Leave and Remain camps are using psychological trickery to convince voters.
The choice of the 'establishment' campaign has irked others in the Eurosceptic camp.
Most people will be disgusted at attempts by the Brexit lobby to use the terror attacks for their own political ends.
Populist politicians are on the march, first in Latin America, then in Europe and the US. They are on both the left and right, and their policies vary, but their approach carries the same risks.
There are two groups vying to lead the Brexit camp but only one can become the official lead campaign.
Only one group can lead the official campaign to leave the EU and a fierce rivalry is emerging to secure the title.
UKIP will rise (and possibly fall) on Farage's "personality cult".
The British Conservative government’s re-election is the latest and perhaps most startling electoral triumph for Australian political strategist Lynton Crosby. So how did he do it?
Party leader sees resignation rejected as the EU referendum approaches.
The shock election result means that three parties are now leaderless – how will they choose replacements?
Nigel Farage has argued that the EU is a millstone around Britain's neck when it comes to trade.
In 2010, there were more than 1,000 potential coalition options. Here's how to make friends in 2015.