Stronger No Longer

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The Stronger In campaign has finally thrown in the towel, all those corporate millions, Roland Rudd’s spin, Cameron and Osborne’s careers and all they have to show for it is a Commander of the British Empire for Will Straw. Will says the “Stronger In” organisation is no longer.

Which is amateurism until the end. The database built up at great expense cannot therefore legally be used by another organisation. Just don’t let the ever litigous Arron Banks hear about it… 

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Will Straw Ordered Remain to Attack Leave Over Jo Cox Death

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Remain campaign director Will Straw sent the above email to the Stronger In mailing list yesterday. The thinking behind it is revealed in a recording of a conference call, obtained by Guido, which took place yesterday afternoon. Straw told Remain campaigners that voters had been “pulled up short” by the murder of Jo Cox, and that Stronger In should now attack the Leave side for creating “division and resentment”. Straw says they should respond to Cox’s death – “the new context that we’re in” – by claiming only they represent “a decent, tolerant” Britain.

“We need to recognise that people have been pulled up short by Jo Cox’s death and it is now time to make a very positive case for why we want to be in the European Union… to call out the other side for what they have done to stir division and resentment in the UK. That is something we must all do… This is what we think is the closing argument of the campaign, reflecting all the arguments that we have been setting out for many months but also the new context that we’re in. What we want to say is people should vote Remain on Thursday for more jobs, lower prices, workers’ rights, stronger public services and a decent, tolerant United Kingdom.”

Fair to say campaigning is well and truly back under way…

Bone Hits Back at the Straw-Coetzee Lie Machine

Will Straw was not allowed to get away with claiming that EU citizens would be sent back post-Brexit. Another falsehood pumped out by Ryan Coetzee Remainer’s Lie Machine. The only people being sent packing will be the EU officials in Europe House…

Campaign Report: Day 2

Leave message: Spend the £350 million we send to EU on the NHS

Remain message: Establishment and international organisations all say stay in. Talk to your gran.

Cut through: Boris all channels.


Leave social media count: 322,905 likes, 34,897 followers.

Remain social media count: 351,405 likes, 23,227 followers.

Odds: Leave 2/1, Remain 1/2

Latest poll: ICM Leave 45%, Remain 42%

Select Committee Accuses Stuart Rose of “Intellectual Dishonesty”

Remain campaigners Stuart Rose and Will Straw were hauled in front of the Treasury Select Committee today. The Britain Stronger In chairman received quite the lashing from committee chair Andrew Tyrie, who accused Rose of “intellectual dishonesty” and a “scandalous misuse of data”, in reference to BSE’s discredited claim that EU membership is worth £3,000 to every household in this countryGuido expects more of the Remain camp’s misrepresentations will be exposed over the next few months…

Out of Touch Remain Campaign in One Tweet

BSE’s Will Straw has all the big, populist arguments:

Vote Remain or the Camembert gets it, dahling…

Will Straw’s Spinning Swingometer

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Will Straw is one of the editors of a pamphlet from the Fabians – Never Again” – which basically argues that under Ed Miliband their policy offer was too left-wing. It also boasts that in the seat in which he was standing – Rossendale and Darwen – he increased Labour’s vote by 2,000. Up to a point Will…

Rossendale and Darwen’s voter turnout was up by a similar 2,000, the Tory share of the vote went up by 4.8%. Tory Jake Berry increased his majority over Will Straw’s Labour. Expect more spinning of statistics like this when Will starts working for the “Yes to EU” campaign…

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