Comment Hostility of pro-Brexit press risks poisoning talks by Luke Lythgoe | 07.04.2017 From “blackmail” to Gibraltar, papers seem intent on stoking anti-EU animosity while politicians on both sides talk of goodwill. Comment We aren’t living in a post-reality world by David Hannay | 28.11.2016 Even if Brexit and Trump’s victory suggest we live in a “post-truth” world, Leave campaigners are foolish to ignore inconvenient truths. Farage judges the judges by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 11.11.2016 UKIP leader told BBC viewers it’s “difficult” to trust High Court judgments. His reasoning is flawed. Comment UK should drop obsession with “managed migration” by Denis MacShane | 10.11.2016 People devising complex schemes to control immigration are playing UKIP’s game. We run the risk of having visas imposed on us. Comment Leadsom isn’t UKIP, but she’s too close for comfort by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 08.07.2016 Would-be PM is backed by Farage, hasn’t ruled out giving him a job and shares his views on EU, gay marriage and fox-hunting. Comment Brexiteers must not stay silent on racism by Jane Macartney | 05.07.2016 Racism has been on the rise since the referendum. The Leave campaign’s dog-whistle xenophobia has poisoned the atmosphere and must now be condemned on all sides Fear, not hope: Leave camp’s principal tactic by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 21.06.2016 Brexiteers scream scaremongering when anybody highlights risks of Leave. Our audit shows its Project Fear is more lurid and not fact-based. Comment Warsi right to raise alarm over Leave camp’s xenophobia by Hugo Dixon | 20.06.2016 Brexiteers’ inflammatory rhetoric and false claims about migration, Turkey and extremism risk leaving UK bitter and divided. Comment Farage’s “victim” of hatred comment ill-judged by Luke Lythgoe | 19.06.2016 Instead of backing away from inflammatory “breaking point” poster, UKIP boss claimed he was a victim. Leave camp distorts Bank of England migrant wage research by Jack Schickler | 12.06.2016 IDS says migration meant 10% wage drop in 2 years. Impact is about 1% since 2004 for less skilled service workers, the worst affected. Farage’s Top Twelve Errors by InFacts | 10.06.2016 Nigel Farage has strayed from the facts repeatedly. Here is the dirtiest dozen. Farage’s catalogue of errors by Rachel Franklin | 07.06.2016 Farage has strayed far from the facts during the referendum debate. But just how far? Our Blusterometer investigates.