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The Guardian

Ukip MP: EU out campaign groups are deeply divided on strategy
The Guardian
Carswell also said that although Farage was “absolutely fantastic at reaching out to people who are fed up with politics” the out campaign needed to appeal more widely. “We need to reach out to the 87% of people who didn't vote Ukip, and that's why we ...
UKIP MP calls for Cameron to abandon 'disastrous' EU deal and join Brexit campaignExpress.co.uk
Nigel Farage: I can sway the EU referendumTelegraph.co.uk
For the EU 'Out' campaign, Boris isn't the oneThe Yorker

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The Guardian

Brexit donor's company spells out risks of quitting EU
The Guardian
The multi-million-pound business run by a key donor to Vote Leave – the group campaigning for Britain to leave the EU – has warned potential investors that its profits and ability to move workers and capital around the world could suffer from a British ...

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The Guardian (blog)

Remain camp will win EU referendum by a 'substantial margin', says campaign chief Lord Rose - Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
Lord Rose, chair of the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign, has said that his side will win the EU referendum campaign by “a substantial margin”. (See 3.26pm.) He made the claim in a lunch to the press gallery. Matthew Elliott, chief executive of Vote ...
EU referendum: Lord Rose predicts 'substantial' victory for Remain campaignBBC News

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The Guardian (blog)

Cameron statement to the Commons on the EU referendum - Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
David Cameron may well have received a thorough kicking from the rightwing press this morning, but when it came to facing his MPs in the House of Commons this afternoon, he had a remarkably easy ride. True, the vocal Out brigade were out in force to ...
'If Brits want to LEAVE, let them LEAVE' EU president blasts UK for testing member statesExpress.co.uk
EU referendum: Cameron receives Danish backing for EU dealBBC News
EU referendum: David Cameron warned he could face 'serious roadblock' over reformsThe Independent
FRANCE 24 -Yahoo News
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BBC News

EU referendum: PM denies Calais 'Jungle' scaremongering claim
BBC News
David Cameron has rejected the idea he is "scaremongering" by claiming migrant camps like the "Jungle" in Calais could move to England if the UK left the EU. The PM said a vote to leave would give French politicians the chance to "tear up" the deal ...
Margaret Thatcher would have voted to stay in EU, claims aideThe Guardian
The EU: Do we stay or go? - vote in our surveyshropshirestar.com
David Cameron says Calais refugee camps could move to Kent after EU exitThe Independent
Express.co.uk -BBC News -Business Insider
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BBC News

EU referendum: Leaders 'not happy' with UK reform proposals
BBC News
A cabinet source has told BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg that the prime minister has promised to stop speaking publicly about the benefits of his EU deal until the renegotiations are complete. "There is agreement that the rules should be the ...
Cameron says 'hand on heart' he has achieved manifesto's EU goals – Politics liveThe Guardian (blog)
Home Secretary claims 'basis for a deal' with EUThe Courier
What has the European Union ever done for us?The Independent
Hindustan Times -Express.co.uk
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Bloomberg

EU's Political Outsiders on the March: Just Ask the Dutch
Bloomberg
Europe's political outsiders aren't only racking up gains at the ballot box. The threat of a U.K. exit from the European Union and a looming Dutch referendum show they don't need to be in government to shape policy. The once doggedly pro-European ...

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The Guardian (blog)

EU referendum: Draft reform deal worth fighting for, says Cameron
BBC News
Sovereignty: The PM has secured a clear legal statement that the UK is not committed to further political integration and that the phrase "ever closer union" cannot be used to integrate the EU further. But it is not yet clear when or how this will be ...
EU renegotiation talks reach 'crucial' climax - Politics liveThe Guardian (blog)
EU to let Britain halt migrants' benefits NOW - but Tory MP blasts 'emergency brake' offerExpress.co.uk
What is the EU referendum and when is it?Telegraph.co.uk
The Economist (blog) -The Independent
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How will the EU's 'rule of law' investigation affect Polish politics?
EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)
The Polish opposition enjoys close links with the EU political establishment and Western opinion forming media, many of whom share their dislike of Law and Justice, so it was assumed that the EP debate would be favourable territory for the party ...

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The Guardian

David Cameron raises stakes in migration row with EU
The Guardian
David Cameron is to demand the right to use emergency powers to ban EU migrants from claiming in-work benefits from the first day after the planned in/out referendum, in a dramatic move that threatens to cause new deadlock with Brussels. At a crucial ...
Cameron says 'long way to go' in EU benefit talksBBC News
Eurosceptics blast David Cameron's 'trivial' EU talks on migrant benefitsExpress.co.uk
EU referendum: David Cameron close to deal with European Union on migrants' benefitsThe Independent
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