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Nicholas Watt and Jill Treanor

George Osborne: Brexit would leave UK ‘permanently poorer’

Osborne opens fire

George Osborne's unwise vitriol over Brexit will hurt the Conservatives, and Britain

EU Facts: George Osborne's 'Brexit costs you £4,300' dossier decoded

EU Facts: George Osborne's 'Brexit costs you dossier decoded

Jeremy Corbyn

All is not lost for the remain campaign, and the Labour leader could be its unlikely saviour

Jeremy Corbyn said he doesn't think too many EU migrants have come to Britain, as he made his first speech calling for Britain to vote to remain.

Jeremy Corbyn tells Labour voters: I don't think too many EU migrants have come to Britain

The Guardian view on Mr Corbyn’s newfound enthusiasm for Europe: a mark of more mature leadership | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

The Guardian view on Mr Corbyn’s newfound enthusiasm for Europe: a mark of more mature leadership

£9m pro-EU leaflet is necessary and right, says Cameron | Politics | The Guardian

Leave campaigners including Michael Gove and Boris Johnson have slammed taxpayer-funded leaflet as propaganda

BCC brexit

Brexit support grows as businesses tire of scaremongering

David Cameron thinks Brexit could lead to war... and he’s probably right

David Cameron thinks Brexit could lead to war.

Shinzo Abe (left), prime minister of Japan, visits David Cameron at 10 Downing Street

Guess what: yet another foreign leader has the same view on Brexit as David Cameron

David Cameron greets Shinzo Abe at 10 Downing Street

Japanese President backs Remain for UK? David Cameron greets Shinzo Abe at 10 Downing Street

David Cameron has conceded that his friendship with Boris Johnson has been damaged by the London Mayor’s decision to back a Brexit.

David Cameron admits EU referendum has damaged his friendship with Boris Johnson

British voters can decide whether the EU is working on June 23

Leaving the EU would render tech unicorns HQs rarities in London, says Russ Shaw, founder of Tech London Advocates