The murder of Jo Cox, Labour MP for Batley and Spen, is a horror and an outrage.
Historic is an overused word;
Jo Cox was one of democracy’s martyrs.
On the day the United Kingdom joined the Common Market on Jan the editorial in this newspaper captured the views of much of the country.
Jeremy Corbyn has faults almost too numerous to count, but, in one regard at least, dishonesty is not among them.
Thursday’s referendum marks a pivotal moment in this country’s history – a moment of choosing between Brexit and continued membership of the European Union.
With the polls showing a surge of support for the Leave side in next week’s EU referendum, serious thought is being given to the consequences of a Brexit vote.
Just as important as what we are being told during the EU referendum campaign is what we are not being told.
There is no more exclusive political institution than the club of former prime ministers.
The Leave campaign is finally talking in specifics, giving the public a clearer idea of what life post-Brexit might be like.
Priti Patel’s intervention in the EU immigration debate is a powerful one.
The idea of an EU army is both laughable and alarming.
David Cameron and George Osborne are woefully pessimistic about Britain& prospects after Brexit
History has, inevitably, played a significant role in the Brexit debate.
Many people might have thought that with threats of war in Europe and references to Adolf Hitler, the European Union referendum debate had reached unsurpassable heights of hyperbole.