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Former US Secretaries of State & Defence and NSA advisers back Remain

In a letter to The Times today, former US Secretaries of Defense, State and NSA advisers are clear that we need to remain part of a "strong and united Europe". Full letter follows:

Former Secretary Generals of NATO back Remain

In a letter to The Telegraph today, 5 former Secretaries-general of NATO agree that we need to "stand shoulder to shoulder" as part of Europe. Full letter follows: Sir – As former Secretaries General of NATO, we have followed the British EU debate carefully and with growing concern. Given the scale and range of challenges to peace and stability we collectively face,...

Boris Johnson agrees: Britain is Stronger in Europe

Boris Johnson has been in the news today, claiming that the EU makes Britain less safe - but in his own book, Boris praised the EU for having "helped to deliver a period of peace and prosperity".

EU exit would damage wages, says new research

New research has found that Brexit could cause a pay cut across the country – and especially in London.

WATCH - PM: EU brings peace

"Our history teaches us: the stronger we are in our neighbourhood, the stronger we are in the world… Whenever we turn our back on Europe, sooner or later we come to regret it."

Veterans on Brexit

World War II veterans give their views on Brexit in this moving film.

The EU can’t dictate to us on security but staying in it can keep us safer

In the Sunday Times today, Lord Evans, former head of MI5, and Sir John Sawers, former head of MI6, write to support intelligence co-operation supported by the EU:

Ryanair CEO on Brexit

WATCH: cheap flights have transformed the lives of millions – and were only possible because of action by the EU.

Japanese Prime Minister latest of Britain's allies to back UK's EU membership

Shinzo Abe, the Japanese Prime Minister, has become the latest international leader and ally to back Britain's membership of the EU:

World leaders back Britain remaining stronger in Europe

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is the latest major world leader to say the UK's influence is stronger in the EU – joining leaders from the USA, China, Australia, Germany, India and Italy in backing the UK remaining in Europe.