Comment Tragedy of empty seat at Bratislava by Hugo Dixon | 15.09.2016 EU leaders are discussing migration, terrorism and globalisation. Britain had a lot to contribute in all three. What a pity we’re not there. Comment Ignoring Brexit’s security risks would be national folly... by Jon Day | 16.06.2016 Former chair of Joint Intelligence Committee, Jon Day, says: "We would risk taking back not power - but impotence." Mail Online, Express correct 3 inaccurate migrant stories by Luke Lythgoe | 16.06.2016 Tabloids correct stories on terrorism and migrant crime after InFacts complained to press watchdog. Brown, European leaders back “lead not leave” manifesto by Hugo Dixon | 15.06.2016 Former British, Italian and Swedish PMs along with leaders from across Europe have backed InFacts’ call for UK to lead EU, not leave EU. Comment Leave’s latest myth-making: The People v the Elites by David Hannay | 10.06.2016 Peace and democracy in Europe; prosperity and consumer choice; freedom to live anywhere in Europe: these are not projects of elites, still less a plot against the people. EU ruling not undermining terror curbs by Jack Schickler | 20.05.2016 Times reporting refers to a 3-year-old case - which ruled evidence compromising national security doesn’t have to be released. 11 reasons young should vote for Remain by Rachel Franklin | 18.05.2016 Polls show younger voters tend to favour Remain. We take a look at the opportunities open to future generations by being a leading EU member. Telegraph and Express misrepresent risk of Turkey visa deal by Jack Schickler | 17.05.2016 EU didn’t say it would lead to increased terror risk. Express compounded error by failing to point out that UK isn’t even covered by deal. The Balance: Brexit and national security by Luke Lythgoe | 11.05.2016 There are far more security and intelligence experts against Brexit than for it. Telegraph report on terrorist deportation “misleading” by Jack Schickler | 03.05.2016 Press watchdog has forced newspaper to correct article saying EU court stopped UK kicking out Abu Hamza’s daughter-in-law. Comment The US, Britain and the EU: who cares? by Ian Bond | 21.04.2016 When Obama speaks out against Brexit, he will be protecting America’s interests. That does not mean that he is wrong. Comment Project Positivity: 6 upbeat arguments for EU by Luke Lythgoe | 15.04.2016 As the official referendum campaign begins, it’s time to make the positive case for EU - not just point out the risks of quitting.