Tom Watson MP, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, gave a speech on why we're stronger and better off in the EU today – here are some of the highlights:
EVERY Minister for Universities and Science for the last 25 years has today signed this letter to the Times explaining the importance of the EU to UK universities.
Yesterday, a speech by John Major warned about the consequences of the UK leaving the EU. Below are some of the highlights from this important speech:
Young people have the most to gain by remaining in Europe, and the most to lose by leaving – as the Prime Minister made clear today.
Over 700,000 UK jobs are linked to the car trade – and car companies are clear that trade and jobs are better with Britain in Europe.
Food prices are likely to rise if we leave the EU, warns a new report from the National Farmers’ Union.
A new study by the National Farmers' Union (NFU) reveals the real cost leaving the EU will have on farmers and UK families.
An independent poll shows businesses across Europe of all sizes are overwhelmingly in favour of staying IN Europe – almost nine out of ten want us to remain.
The Prime Minister has today made the case for the single market. In an article released today, the PM argues: