During a speech in London, Nicola Sturgeon said Mr Cameron had lost votes in the Scottish independence referendum by being negative.
Source: EU referendum: Sturgeon warns Cameron against ‘negative’ campaign – BBC News
There are campaigns for 29 February to become a bank holiday, including a government petition which claims the average salaried person loses £113.
Source: Leap Year: Why you won’t be paid for working today – BBC Newsbeat
“If that’s their assessment of the impact on the world economy, imagine what it would do to the UK.”
Source: George Osborne Warns Brexit Will Provoke A ‘Shock To The World Economy’
The government’s official policy is that Britain should remain in the EU – and civil servants are duty-bound to support government policies.
Source: EU referendum: Hammond defends rules on access to papers – BBC News
Natalie Bennett talks Green Party membership, the EU referendum, fish, and recent election results in her Daily Politics interview with Andrew Neil.
Source: Natalie Bennett talks EU, fish, and election results – BBC News
A British exit would make it harder to get funding for science and sell “future generations short”
Source: EU exit ‘risks British science’ – BBC News
David Cameron is simply “jealous” his clothes, Jeremy Corbyn has joked, after the prime minister angrily told him to dress smarter during PMQs on Wednesday.A video clip of Corbyn getting
Source: Jeremy Corbyn Does Up Tie, Jokes David Cameron Is Jealous Of His Clothes
“The EU is indeed dealing with a migration crisis and that would be the same whether the UK was in the EU or outside the EU.
Source: Net migration at 323,000 prompts EU referendum row – BBC News
Apple boss Tim Cook hits back at the FBI over the handling of a court order to help unlock the iPhone of San Bernardino killer Syed Rizwan Farook.
Source: Apple boss Tim Cook hits back at FBI investigation – BBC News