Tech groups to help boost EU poll turnout

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Downing St seeks support from Facebook and The Lad Bible

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Migrants just part of booming population

Longevity and urbanisation contribute to dramatic changes

How Cameron marshalled world leaders

PM hopes to highlight lack of high-level backing for Leave push

Migrants drawn by UK economy, says Cameron

Prime minister also vows to halt Tory descent into civil war

Cameron pushes for action on ‘superbugs’

UK wants $1.6bn a year global fund to reward drug developers

Brussels casts Johnson in ‘horror scenario’

Brexit backer urged to return to Brussels for fact-checking mission

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Pro-Brexit fundraising beating Remainers

Eurosceptics given £4m to rivals’ £1.6m in latest data

Brexit lobby told its figures do not add up

Watchdog joins select committee in row over cost of EU membership

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A tweet reveals the merits of restraint

The European Commission chief-of-staff’s ‘horror scenario’ of populists, writes Gideon Rachman

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The Lisa loophole I’m happy to exploit

Osborne’s savings account was not intended for people like me — but nevertheless I’ll open one

Ofcom launches new nuisance call blocker

Mobile phone users will be able to use free text message service from regulator

Britain ready to intercept traffickers

Royal Navy poised to crack down on smuggling in Libyan waters

Paris and Berlin ready Brexit ‘Plan B’

Closed-door talks on path for a Europe without UK

Sports Direct’s Ashley warned by senior MP

Retail tycoon risks ‘lengthy and public’ contempt hearings

Risk to UK pensions from Tata’s deal

Plan to change the law threatens to create a dangerous precedent

Self-inflicted dangers of EU referendum

Cameron might soon be known as the man who left the UK in far-from-splendid isolation

Explainer: purdah and the referendum

Ban on publishing information in run-up to vote intended to ensure fairer outcome

British Steel pensions deficit up by £200m

Ministers examine ways to reform scheme that now has a deficit of £700m

A Brexit guide to four more weeks of fear

The best bits from the final days of the UK referendum campaign

Migration to UK reaches 333,000

Net figure for 2015 is second highest on record

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