Vote could redefine the issue of Europe in British politics.
The passport service said over 700,000 passports had been issued this year.
The phrase appeared on a document carried by a Conservative Party aide.
Nigel Farage's successor is an outspoken politician with his eye on Labour voters. But first he must unite his party.
'We intend to be more engaged with the world, more outward-looking than ever before,' foreign secretary says in Kabul.
EU members meet this week to plan for different realities based on 'what the British interest is.'
But Blair said in an interview he would be working to improve debate in the center ground of politics.
It's getting harder for centrists to convince themselves right-wing nationalism will disappear any time soon.
Russia has developed well-documented relationships with anti-EU, far-right political parties and leaders.
May says she wants to help those who are just managing to get by.
The British prime minister is seeking to rebuild trust with industry.
We need to look beyond simple financial measures of performance to measure real economic vibrancy.
Abandoning the legal battle would avoid the risk of Scotland and Northern Ireland being afforded greater leeway in the decision to leave the EU.
Jews are realizing that the threat might come not from the left but the right.
After a surge in anti-immigrant hostility, will the U.K.'s largest foreign-born community stay put?
Britain's super-spy might find it difficult to complete missions without an EU passport.
Other contenders included "alt-right," "glass cliff" and "woke."