Labour’s Jo Cox implores the public not to "fall for the spin" of the Leave campaign, saying we can do far more to address both the level and impact of immigration while remaining in the EU.
Exeter University Business School's Senior Lecturer, Stephen Taylor, writes that 19,000 EU regulations affecting workers' rights cannot be repealed - in the event of a Leave vote - until any future government chooses to do so.
Jeremy Corbyn is “puzzled” as to why anyone should think him a “shabby, spineless coward” for failing to make Labour’s case for Remain ahead of the EU referendum.
A full, fact-based analysis of the legal and constitutional implications of Britain either leaving the European Union or staying within it under the New Settlement has been published by the Bar Council, which represents barristers in England & Wales.
Farmers have expressed concern about the unknown implications of Britain leaving the European Union, according to a new survey by experts at the University of Exeter.
It feels like only yesterday that David Cameron was being denounced from the Labour benches as a “racist” for trying to link Sadiq Khan to Islamic extremists.
A Labour MP says voters are being misled by 'woefully inaccurate claims' by both sides.
A survey by the National Federation of Builders (NFB) reveals more of its members want to leave the EU than remain.
As the referendum date nears, and the debate reaches boiling point, the Prime Minister, David Cameron, and Vote Leave chief executive, Matthew Elliott, have gone head to head in Saga Magazine to try to persuade its nearly 1 million readers to vote for their side.
More than 80% of bosses of small construction firms will overwhelmingly base their decision to remain or leave the EU on their broader personal beliefs instead of their business interests, according to a new poll by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).
Over half of British university students do not know when the EU referendum is taking place, according to a new poll published today.
EU nationals, who may have lived in Britain for a few days or a few decades, are unable to vote in the 23 June referendum.
What is ADR, and what has been the legal obligation from 1st October 2015 for all businesses who sell to consumers?
New research has found that Brexit could cause a pay cut across the country – and especially in London.
A Saga poll of 8,896 over 50s indicates that support for Brexit is growing.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is outlining the risks that leaving the European Union could have on the UK engineering sector, including increased skills shortages and uncertainties over areas such as research funding.
The latest fall in output within the construction industry indicates uncertainty amongst businesses and consumers ahead of the EU referendum, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has said.
Nearly one in five still to make their mind up and nine out of ten over 50s plan to vote in the Referendum.
Writing exclusively for PoliticsHome's Central Lobby, TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady argues David Cameron and Remain campaigners should broaden their appeal by supporting EU plans tackling the use of migrant workers to drive down pay.
Mike Gapes MP and John Redwood MP debate the merits of staying in the EU at a construction industry event.
A letter from Airbus Group to UK employees setting out the company’s position on the UK in Europe has been published today
The past 24 hours have seen a further serious breakdown in law and order at Calais as approximately 150 migrants, some armed with iron bars, attempted to board UK-bound trucks heading towards the Eurotunnel and resulted in the tragic death of a migrant as a result of being hit by an heavy goods vehicle.