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The UK’s most-read national newspaper titles have shown a strong bias favouring Brexit, Press Gazette analysis of the final month of campaigning shows.
The Queen did not support Brexit, the Queen's former director of royal communications has said.
Boris Johnson’s Trumpian remarks on the “deep state” will almost certainly have a destructive effect on British democracy.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has published a list of nine ‘Brexit opportunities’. It’s both pitiful and dangerous.
There is an air of desperation in attacks from those on the right and their supporters in the press. They fear if Johnson falls, the Brexit deception will crumble too.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has issued a plea to readers of a tabloid newspaper to write to him if they can identify any possible benefits of Brexit.
As crises mount, the polls show voters turning at last. But the national newspapers that backed Leave – even the two now edited by Remainers – continue to pretend there is nothing wrong.
The London bureau chief for Germany’s public broadcaster reflects on Britain’s government.
Diplomatic cables reveal the monarch also appeared to back the creation of a single market. / The Queen confided to the German ambassador that she believed the future of Britain lay in Europe, newly released diplomatic cables from 1988 have shown.
Buckingham Palace has insisted the Queen is "politically neutral" over the EU referendum, following a newspaper claim that she "backs Brexit".
The arrival of a White Paper, the departure of cabinet members and US President Donald Trump's Sun interview all making waves for UK Prime Minister Theresa May. / And what are the dangers of a punitive Brexit deal for the UK? Oxford University Professor of European Studies Timothy Garton Ash gives us his view
Every single thing about this “How much we will save on tariffs after Brexit” thing in The Sun the other day was completely wrong.
Dozens of users have criticised the North East Somerset politician for 'peddling misinformation.
The Sun has admitted it got the calculations wrong over an article which calculated the potential savings British shoppers could see once European Union tariffs are removed after Brexit.
The Sun ... "we made our calculations on retail prices, when tariffs are actually applied when goods arrive in the UK. There were also mistakes in the calculations for individual items." / "The article also stated that we pay trade charges on more than 13,000 items from outside the EU. In fact, for many of these goods, no tariffs or charges are payable."
The Sun has finally fessed up to a series of careless calculations suggesting Brexit would see big price drops in UK shops. The tabloid deleted the offending article hours after posting it on February 27. ... Will Brexiters such as Jacob Rees-Mogg, who enthusiastically tweeted the original figures set the record straight also?