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People dismissed it as scare-mongering then, but George Osborne’s Emergency Brexit Budget looks prescient this morning. It’s a bloodbath out there.
The Vote Leave and Leave.EU campaigns are being looked at by the Electoral Commission for re-tweeting pictures of ballots posted to social media accounts, Political Scrapbook has learnt.
A final rush of polls last night and today have shown a lead for the Remain side, as long as voters turnout in high numbers as expected.
The popular German tabloid Bild is so confident that Britain will choose to stay in the EU, it ran a story today saying they have bet £10,000 on the outcome.
An analysis by Political Scrapbook into donors who fund the Labour Leave campaign has found a troubling conflict of interests.
A man just named as Laurence Taylor has today taken out a full page ad in the Metro newspaper to make the case for Remain.
And it’s deceptively straightforward.
Just a few months ago, they held banner proclaiming ‘Hitler Was Right’ and ‘Refugees Not Welcome’ in Newcastle.
Now, they’re posting messages in support of Thomas Mair, the man arrested for Jo Cox’s murder.
A Tory councillor in East Riding, and a campaigner for Vote Leave, posted to Facebook today: ‘I have just donated the steam of my p*ss’ with a link to the Jo Cox memorial fund page.