With just 17 days to go, ANOTHER poll puts Brexit in front as fears about immigration dent David Cameron's hopes of ... - Daily Mail

A new poll today revealed a three point lead for Brexit, suggesting the Eurosceptic campaign has gained momentum over past fortnight. Research by Opinium said the race was split 43 per cent to Leave and 40 per cent to Remain - the latest in a ...

Gove: UK will not have left EU by 2020 in event of Brexit - ITV News

Leave campaigner Michael Gove appears to have conceded that in the event of a Brexit the UK will not actually leave the European Union by the end of Parliament in 2020. Speaking on Peston on Sunday he set out his ambition to see immigration come ...

Michael Gove admits Brexit will take at least 4 years if we vote to leave the EU - Mirror.co.uk

Michael Gove prompted a storm after appearing to say Brexit would take at least four years after a Leave vote - despite the time limit being just half that. David Cameron has vowed to kick-start the two-year process of breaking ties with Brussels ...

EU referendum: Brexit 'could cause mortgage rises', says Cameron - BBC News

The cost of an average mortgage in the UK could rise by nearly £1,000 a year if Britain leaves the European Union, PM David Cameron has warned. Uncertainty caused by exiting the EU could tighten credit conditions and push up rates, Remain campaigners ...

David Cameron warns of mortgage hikes if UK votes for Brexit - Daily Mail

Mortgages are set to rocket by nearly £1,000 a year if Britain quits the European Union, David Cameron has warned. Short-term uncertainty caused by a vote in favour of leaving the 28-member block would tighter credit conditions and fuel a rise in ...

Escaping SHACKLES of EU would see 300000 jobs created for Britons, urges Boris Johnson - Express.co.uk

LEAVING the European Union would see around 300,000 new jobs created because Britain will be liberated from the bloc's ”shackles", Boris Johnson has today urged. PUBLISHED: 16:45, Sat, Jun 4, 2016 | UPDATED: 17:02, Sat, Jun 4, 2016 ...

EU referendum: Brexit 'could boost NHS by £100m a week' - BBC News

Leaving the European Union could allow the government to spend an extra £100m a week on the NHS by 2020, leading Brexit campaigners have said. Justice Secretary Michael Gove called on the government to pledge the money in the event of an EU exit ...

Dear Britain: Elena Ferrante, Slavoj Žižek and other European writers on Brexit - The Guardian

Ahead of the European referendum, we asked leading authors and thinkers from EU countries to write letters to Britain. Do they want us to stay, or are they ready to say goodbye? Illustration by Mick Marston. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share ...

Michael Gove attacks David Cameron over EU 'scaremongering' - The Guardian

Michael Gove has hit out at the “invincible arrogance of Europe's elites” in a bruising interview on Sky News, in which he accused the prime minister of scaremongering. In an astonishing attack on his own party leader, the justice secretary told a ...

Brexit or bust: which side has had more donations, leave or remain? - The Guardian (blog)

Britain Stronger in Europe has raised more than Vote Leave, but total donations to all leave campaign groups together are higher. Photograph: Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on ...

EU debate: Michael Gove condemns 'job-destroying' elites and 'racist' immigration rules as he appeals to Britons to ... - Telegraph.co.uk

The European Union is a “job-destroying machine” run by “sneering elites”, Michael Gove said on Friday as he described the “misery” he saw when his father lost his job because of Brussels. Appearing in his first televised debate of the referendum ...

How did Michael Gove cope with the Sky News audience... and Faisal Islam? - Telegraph.co.uk

Michael Gove has just finished taking questions from members of the public on whether or not Britain should remain in the European Union. Here, our columnists give their verdict on the eurosceptic Justice Secretary's performance. EU referendum ...

Britain has had enough of experts, says Gove - Financial Times

Michael Gove has refused to name any economists who back Britain's exit from the European Union, saying that “people in this country have had enough of experts”. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news. Select ...

David Cameron and Remain campaign think Britain is 'too stupid' to leave EU - Telegraph.co.uk

Michael Gove, the Justice Secretary, has accused the Prime Minister and the Remain campaign of dismissing Britain as "too small, too poor and too stupid" to contemplate life outside the EU. He accused the Prime Minister of making a “depressing litany ...

'It's Project Lies!' Michael Gove takes on the audience – and the experts - Telegraph.co.uk

Normally, Michael Gove is a figure of Jeeves-like imperturbability. The weightless composure, the scrupulous diction, the polysyllabic prolixity, his face expressionless but for the occasional flicker of an eyebrow. I've watched him see off not only ...

EU referendum: EU is 'job destroying machine', says Gove - BBC News

The European Union is a " job destroying machine", Justice Secretary Michael Gove has said. In a live Q&A, the pro-Leave campaigner urged voters to "take back control" from "Europe's elites". In the Sky News interview on Friday evening, he was pressed ...

How EU referendum showdown host Faisal Islam got sparks to fly - The Guardian

The advice that John Ryley, the head of Sky News, gives to his presenters before a big interview is “prepare, prepare, prepare”. And so it was for the channel's political editor, Faisal Islam, in the run-up to his big chance to question David Cameron ...

Australia's points system is more liberal than you think - Financial Times

What would you call an immigration system that permits one international migrant to enter a country every three minutes? Lax? Permissive? Open? Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we deliver the news. Select topic. Select ...

Reality Check: Would an Australian points-based system work for the UK? - BBC News

The Claim: Vote Leave campaigners say if the UK left the European Union a points-based immigration system could be introduced. Reality Check verdict: The UK already has a points-based system for non-EU migrants and it is not clear why inventing a ...

Leaving EU would be an act of economic self-harm: David Cameron - The Australian

Leaving the European Union would be an act of “economic self-harm”, British Prime Minister David Cameron said during a televised grilling that saw him challenged on immigration and accused of scaremongering about the impact of quitting the 28-nation ...