What Labour’s Brexit motion means in practice
Paula Keaveney, Edge Hill University As Labour delegates gathered in Liverpool, it was impossible to avoid mentions of Brexit. There are 25 separate fringe meetings listed on the conference agenda and there are certain to be more meetings arranged on the fly. The challenge Labour faces, whether at conference or immediately afterwards, is that it […]
A political football
The campaigns on both sides of the referendum debate – Britain Stronger in Europe and Vote Leave – hoped that football would help them win the tournament. The beautiful game may not be as significant as the UK economy, but in a tight contest, campaigners knew they needed every tactical advantage, and anything that could […]
Who is leading the EU campaign battle so far?
Mid April saw the official start of the campaign to either persuade us to Remain or to Leave when we vote in the European Referendum in June. The Electoral Commission has designated two organisations as official campaigners. On the In side is Britain Stronger in Europe. On the Out side is Vote Leave. In the […]