The idea that the British government would do a better job of protecting its people after Brexit doesn't stand up to much scrutiny.
The swing in betting sentiment the month before the Scottish indyref tells us Boris has his work cut out.
There is good reason to fear Brexit, but voting to stay in the EU is also a chance to restore the vision of the founding fathers.
It's not hard to see why the EU is being blamed for the ills of a globalised world.
Both sides of the debate are promising to cut European red tape – which seems to mean cutting equality laws.
If Britain votes to leave, residents of the Rock won't come along quietly.
Part two of British chancellor George Osborne's case for staying put is realistic but flawed.
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.
According to Team Remain, there's a jobs bonanza around the corner if the UK stays in the union.
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.
When it comes to Brexit, both the Leave and Remain camps are using psychological trickery to convince voters.
Holiday making accounts for almost a tenth of the British economy. Here's how it might be impacted by a vote to leave the EU.
Boris Johnson has made this claim repeatedly – and he's not the only one.
Sorry Boris, those with a bet at stake think we're staying put.