Iain Duncan Smith

Chancellor George Osborne is to team with his immediate predecessor to warn that a Brexit vote would trigger an [...]

15 June 2016
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David Cameron's renegotiations with the EU have been slammed as “Mickey Mouse” by Spanish international trade [...]

14 June 2016
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Skills minister Nick Boles has suggested the incoming apprenticeship levy could be put on ice if the UK votes [...]

13 June 2016
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The latest poll figures show support for leaving the EU is growing amongst the British voting public with figures [...]

13 June 2016
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A Brexit vote would dramatically increase risk premiums on UK equities, one macro-research house has argued, wiping [...]

9 June 2016
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Former United Nations secretary general Kofi Annan and world-wide web inventor Tim Berners Lee have come out in [...]

9 June 2016
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80 per cent of the UK's retail chairmen believe Brexit would negatively affect the economy, according to a new [...]

8 June 2016
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The government has confirmed a new deadline for voters to register for this month's EU referendum – midnight [...]

8 June 2016
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David Cameron has encouraged potential voters to continue to register to vote in the upcoming EU referendum, despite [...]

8 June 2016
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The UK's election watchdog has called on the government to extend voter registration for this month's EU referendum [...]

8 June 2016
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Prime Minister David Cameron has conceded the UK could survive outside the EU but maintained the country would [...]

7 June 2016
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Prime Minister David Cameron has launched a withering attack on Leave campaigners, accusing them of “peddling [...]

7 June 2016
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The Institute for Fiscal Studies has condemned justice secretary Michael Gove's claims that a Brexit vote would [...]

6 June 2016
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Both sides of the EU referendum campaign have failed to explain how the vote will affect individual and corporate [...]

6 June 2016
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ITV has confirmed the line-up for its debate on the EU referendum this week, with spots for former London mayor [...]

6 June 2016
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Brexiteers are again winning in the latest polling figures from ICM, which show a five per cent gap between the [...]

6 June 2016
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Leave campaigners have been handed another boost, with the latest YouGov figures again showing a lead for Brexit, [...]

6 June 2016
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The UK is able to “punch above its weight” in steering EU financial regulation according to research from [...]

6 June 2016
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Prime Minister David Cameron will today band together with political rivals to accuse Brexit campaigners of “con-tricks”, [...]

6 June 2016
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One of the leading lights of the Brexit campaign has been forced into an embarrassing u-turn after stating the [...]

5 June 2016
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Former London mayor Boris Johnson and justice secretary Michael Gove have hit out at the European Union's effects [...]

5 June 2016
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PRIME Minister David Cameron has warned that a Brexit would lead to a decade of uncertainty, while defending an [...]

2 June 2016
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A number of non-UK residents have been handed postal votes and polling cards for the upcoming EU referendum, the [...]

2 June 2016
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Ryanair is to urge more than 5m customers to vote Remain in the EU referendum with an email barrage reportedly [...]

2 June 2016
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on Britain to wield influence within the EU, rather than voting to [...]

2 June 2016
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Former work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith has blasted the Electoral Commission over fears that UK resident [...]

2 June 2016
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will today warn that a vote for Brexit would allow the Conservatives a strong hand [...]

2 June 2016
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Sterling plummeted yesterday after two surprise polls showed the British public moving closer towards a vote to [...]

31 May 2016
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More than half of small business owners think that a Brexit vote would have little impact on their ability to [...]

31 May 2016
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Public opinion may have moved towards a Brexit vote, according to two new polls conducted by ICM. [...]

31 May 2016
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