8 traps Remain camp must avoid in final 50 days by Luke Lythgoe | 04.05.2016 While the pro-EU side has proven better with the truth, they are fond of a few dubious arguments which must be avoided as polling day looms. Osborne right on mortgage risk – for the wrong reason by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 17.04.2016 Chancellor right to warn that mortgage rates may go up post Brexit, but not because the Bank of England is likely to put up base rates. Government misdescribes EU trade figures by Jack Schickler | 12.04.2016 It’s true that cutting trade deal post Brexit won’t be easy, but saying less than 8% of EU exports come to Britain isn’t quite right. Brexit unlikely to push up your roaming charges by Jack Schickler | 17.03.2016 EU mobile rules offer a good deal. Brexit is unlikely to reverse them, but we might miss out in other areas. Anna Soubry exaggerates trade damage by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 15.03.2016 Minister for small business told BBC exports to EU would fall to “almost absolutely zero” if we leave. Will 3 million jobs be lost if we quit EU? by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 15.03.2016 The Sun and IDS accuse Cameron of saying this. If he had, he’d be wrong. But he actually made a different, correct claim. More than treaties keep migrants in France by Luke Lythgoe | 11.02.2016 Even if France scrapped Le Touquet treaty post Brexit, asylum-seekers would struggle to reach UK for other reasons. CBI’s £3,000 figure should not be taken as gospel by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 05.02.2016 This is only a ballpark estimate of the benefits UK households have got from the EU. It’s not the cost of Brexit. Pro-Europeans shouldn’t big up Cameron’s deal by Hugo Dixon | 02.02.2016 The pro-EU case doesn’t rest on the concessions provisionally agreed. These are useful, not revolutionary.