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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and other MPs say voter registration for the EU referendum should be extended after technical problems hit the official website. The difficulties happened just before Tuesday night’s deadline. Users reported a page displaying the message “504 Gateway Time-out” instead of the online registration form. The government blamed “unprecedented demand” and said half a million people tried to register to vote on Tuesday. A go

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Work permits among Brexit options, home secretary says

The home secretary says a work permit system is one of the options being considered to control immigration from the EU and accepts Britons may face travel restrictions.

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Second EU referendum petition investigated for fraud

Image copyright Getty Images David Cameron made a late appeal to Germany's Angela Merkel for limits on free movement of people if the UK voted Remain, BBC Newsnight has learned. The then-prime minister called the German leader days before the EU referendum, as opinion polls seemed to show voters moving to the Leave camp. But he later abandoned the idea of getting her an

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Brexit: Legal steps seek to ensure Commons vote on Article 50

Brexit is not legal in the eyes of the law, only politically. One in the eye for UKIP and Co

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Brexit: EU spells out procedure for UK to leave

Union flag themed umbrella near Big Ben at the Houses of Parliament in central London on June 25, 2016,

Image copyright PA Image caption Iain Duncan Smith called for "humility" in the wake of the EU vote Claims Theresa May "badly let down" David Cameron over the EU referendum campaign have been dismissed by former Conservative leader Iain Dunca

Image copyright PA Image caption David Cameron felt let down by Theresa May, Sir Craig Oliver said Former PM David Cameron felt "badly let down" by Theresa May during the EU referendum campaign, his former director of communications has said. Sir Crai

Image caption Emily Maitlis, David Dimbleby and Jeremy Vine will host BBC One’s coverage Thursday is polling day in the UK’s EU referendum. Here’s what to watch out for as events unfold. First things first: How to vote Polls are open in the UK until 22:00 BST (they close an hour earlier in Gibraltar at 22:00 local time). Any voter who arrives at a polling station before this time will be able to vote. There is no need