Davis said the opposition Labour Party was "trying to find new ways to thwart and delay."
Politicians seem readier than ever to base their campaigns on grossly distorted "facts."
Historically, NATO and the EU don't normally work together, but this is changing.
Economists may have overstated the economic downfall post-Brexit.
Britons rejected handouts and 'facts' in favor of the vague but powerful promise of control.
The EU provides these regulations and more to protect domestic environmental laws.
Anand Menon reveals what would happen on Friday should the U.K. vote to leave.
They could be decisive to the vote, but they have very low levels of voter turnout.
Scotland's first minister warns that an EU exit would lead to a right-wing power grab.
The various ways the "Brexit" and "Bremain" camps could better relay information to voters.
Changes to voter registration and turnout issues have campaigners working to sway the young.
The think tank is the latest body to warn the U.K.'s economy would suffer from a Brexit.
Are there flaws in telephone pollsters' prediction that Britain will vote to "Bremain?"