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The Guardian

EU referendum: out campaigners welcome Cameron's reworded question
The Guardian
Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader, welcomed the revision, which will mean voters are asked whether Britain should remain a member of the EU or should leave the EU. The government had intended to ask voters simply whether the UK should stay in the EU, ...
EU referendum: Watchdog urges changes to questionBBC News
EU referendum: Wording of question in poll revealed by elections watchdogEvening Standard
Tory rebels to stop pro-EU spendingTelegraph.co.uk
The Independent -Express.co.uk
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Channel 4 News Labour leadership debate - Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
Jeremy Corbyn, the favourite in the Labour leadership contest, has faced strong criticism from his rivals over his foreign and economic policy. In one of the more spiky and interesting leadership debates held over the summer (there were no audience ...

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The Guardian

Nigel Farage: I don't want to lead EU no campaign
The Guardian
Two groups are vying to be the official no campaign, opposing the UK's EU membership. One is supported by the bulk of Conservative and a few Labour Eurosceptic politicians, the other is the group The Know, led by Ukip donor Arron Banks, which is ...
EU referendum: Farage says immigration will be keyBBC News
Nigel Farage: EU has opened doors to migration exodus of biblical proportionsTelegraph.co.uk
Nigel Farage's People's Army WILL get Britain out of the EUExpress.co.uk
The Independent
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Express.co.uk

David Cameron slapped down by EU bosses and caves in over UK employment rules ...
Express.co.uk
The Prime Minister was said to be pushing for opt-outs from Brussels employment and social rules as he tries to renegotiate Britain's role in the EU. But Cameron is now willing to water down his demands – which were blasted by France and the European ...
Boris Johnson: Of course I could see myself voting to quit the EUThe Independent

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UKIP

Only 14% want further integration, public now understand EU politics
UKIP
News that only 14% of Brits want more integration with the EU is a sign the public have an increasing understanding of how Brussels negatively effects the UK – says UKIP's Deputy Leader Paul Nuttall MEP. In a survey conducted by polling company Opinium ...



Social Europe

Explaining The EU's Politics Of Austerity
Social Europe
Nicola-Melloni 1 What is the logic behind austerity? The standard explanations given during the last five years do not hold solid ground. Many – including famous economists and central bankers – had supported budgetary cuts to restore market confidence.

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Express.co.uk

EXCLUSIVE: 'No to EU' campaign in chaos
Express.co.uk
He added: “My view is that the aim of the campaign should always come before personalities, which is why we always wanted our campaign to be a peoples' campaign rather than one dominated by politicians. “It is always a shame when egos get in the way ...

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The Guardian

Andy Burnham cautions against flirting with idea of EU exit
The Guardian
At a campaign event in Swansea, Burnham said: “In just over a year, Britain faces a momentous decision that will affect every single person in our country, a decision that will define our politics and our country for the rest of this century. “The ...

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Express.co.uk

EU wasted £1bn 'on propaganda and TV cartoons'
Express.co.uk
A report disclosed that more than 50 EU grants were handed out to media production companies making documentaries, films and even cartoons – including some with a slant that promoted the work of the EU. Projects funded by the Creative Europe initiative ...

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Express.co.uk

EU migrants with no job must be barred says Theresa May
Express.co.uk
And she urged EU leaders to ensure that Brussels' “freedom of movement” rules only apply to migrants taking up firm offers of employment. Her warning yesterday came as David Cameron prepares for a fresh round of negotiation in his drive to win a new EU ...

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