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Britain’s prime minister David Cameron leaves after voting in the EU referendum, at a polling station in central London, Britain June 23rd, 2016. Britain has voted to leave the EU. Photograph: Reuters

When David Cameron announced in early January that he would allow members of his cabinet to campaign on opposing sides in the EU referendum, the news (...)

 A woman takes photos during a candlelight vigil at Oxford Street, Sydney, Australia, for victims of the Pulse nightclub shootings in Orlando, Florida. Photograph: Daniel Munoz/Getty Images

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, speaking on Monday after the massacre in a Florida nightclub, said the United States must find a(...)

Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow (left) watches as prime minister David Cameron (centre) is greeted by Queen Elizabeth  during a reception in Buckingham Palace, London to mark the Queen’s 90th Birthday. Photograph: PA

British prime minister David Cameron has called Nigeria and Afghanistan “possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world”. Mr Cameron was caught(...)

France’s  economy minister Emmanuel Macron  (left) on The   Andrew Marr Show.  Photograph: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA

The campaign to keep Britain in the EU will move up a gear this week with the release of a UK treasury report on the economic cost of leaving and an i(...)

 Mayor of London Boris Johnson: spoke at    pro-Brexit campaign  event on Friday. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

United States president Barack Obama urged British prime minister David Cameron not to hold a referendum on European Union membership, a leading forme(...)

British prime minister David Cameron speaks to workers about the benefits of Britain staying in the EU, during a visit to Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant. Photograph: Andrew Yates/PA Wire

David Cameron has accused some of those campaigning for Britain to leave the EU of viewing potential job losses and economic disruption as a price wo(...)

John Longworth, former directorgeneral of the British Chambers of Commerce, who resigned after being suspended for saying the UK would be “better off” outside the European Union, according to reports. Photograph: Ian Nicholson/PA Wire

Campaigners for Britain to leave the European Union have been accused of concocting “bizarre conspiracy theories” about the resignation of a prominen(...)

Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon giving a speech on the EU to the Resolution Foundation at St John’s Smith Square in London. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

David Cameron has rejected accusations of scaremongering over the EU referendum after one of his ministers said he was conducting a “relentless campa(...)

Britain’s prime minister David Cameron poses with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker: after the pair had lunch, Cameron said that the EU proposal did not go far enough. Photograph:  Francois Lenoir/Reuters

British officials insist that David Cameron has no interest in a staged confrontation with other leaders during his renegotiation of Britain’s EU memb(...)

British prime minister David Cameron’s demands fall into four “baskets”. Photograph: Reuters

The prospect of an early referendum on Britain’s EU membership moved closer yesterday after European Council president Donald Tusk said a deal could b(...)

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