Chinese takeaway, French film and another vote by Tim Gowers | 15.09.2016 In this allegory, mathematician Tim Gowers explains why it would be democratic to vote on the Brexit terms when we know them. Hello, Boris, what happened to your £350m NHS promise? by Hugo Dixon | 12.09.2016 Johnson is fronting a new Brexit group that wriggles out of campaign promises. All the more reason for a referendum on the Brexit terms. Comment What Brexit do we want? The one Leavers promised by Hugo Dixon | 05.08.2016 Don’t campaign for the least bad realistic Brexit. Demand what Leavers promised, although it’s impossible. Comment Don’t believe the hype about economic good news by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 29.07.2016 The government has been quick to seize on the positives, but the longer-term picture is less rosy. Leavers’ promises rapidly unravel by Jack Schickler | 27.06.2016 Before the dust had settled on the referendum result, Brexiteers were wriggling out of pledges on migration and the NHS. 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. Brexiteers’ not very scary VAT scare story by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 20.06.2016 Vote Leave says EU will abolish zero and reduced rates of VAT, costing households £2,600. EU has actually proposed extending reduced rates. 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. Vote Leave “Facts” Leaflet – checked by Jack Schickler | 16.06.2016 Brexiteers’ “official information” now dropping on doormats strays far from reality - we unpick main claims. Brexiteers’ funding promise worthless, it expires in 2020 by Jack Schickler | 14.06.2016 Vote Leave’s pledge of continued EU payments is only for four years - when we may still be in EU. After that, funding vulnerable to chop. EU help, not hindrance, in fighting tax avoidance by Jack Schickler | 13.06.2016 Billion-pound figures quoted by Brexiteers are gross distortions - EU membership makes us better able to take on multinationals. 10 questions Leave campaigners haven’t answered by Jack Schickler | 13.06.2016 Voters haven’t been told what Brexit involves for migration, public spending, trade, crime, Scotland and Northern Ireland.