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Vote 'In' for Africa

In a letter to the Telegraph today, Chairman of the European Think Tanks group Simon Maxwell, debunks a common myth of Leave campaigners - that the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) hurts African farmers:

Being in the EU means a brighter future

Being in the EU means a brighter future.

The INside Track

WATCH NOW: with just 50 days to go, get the INside track from our Executive Director, Will Straw.

81% of small businesses wary of Brexit

A new independent survey released today by Smith and Williamson shows that 81% of small businesses think a vote to leave would negatively affect their business – 13% more than in June last year (Source: City AM, 3 May 2016, link).

EU funding fighting diseases

EU funding is helping British researchers treat diseases including Parkinson’s, malaria and breast cancer, and £20 million in EU funding is helping to pioneer the testing of drugs to prevent Alzheimer’s.

Darling: £250 billion of UK trade at risk if we leave the EU

For the first time Britain Stronger In Europe is showing the total value of UK trade that can be attributed to our EU membership, and which is at risk if we leave.

Top cancer doctors agree: Britain is stronger in Europe

Some of Britain's top cancer doctors have warned that Brexit would be 'potentially catastrophic' not just for cancer research, but for cancer patients too.

The environmental case for staying in the EU

In an unprecedented show of cross-party consensus, senior figures from the Conservative Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party today joined together in the national interest to set out the environmental case for remaining in Europe. In a new document, published today by Britain Stronger In Europe, Liz Truss, Ed Miliband, Caroline Lucas and Ed Davey...

Brexit would be 'potentially catastrophic' not just for cancer research, but for cancer patients too.

Some of Britain's top cancer doctors have warned that Brexit would be 'potentially catastrophic' not just for cancer research, but for cancer patients too.

International workers day

It’s International Workers’ Day today. As well as joining in the global celebration of workers, it’s a good time for us to remember that workers’ rights – from parental leave and sick leave to equal pay and the right to paid holiday – are protected thanks to the EU.