When Britain was last asked to vote on Europe, back in 1975, Hilary Benn was in the No campaign. But, unlike his father, he has since been convinced of the benefits of the EU.
Is the PM favouring departments led by ministers likely to back him over Europe? That's the concern in Whitehall about how the negotiations with the EU played out.
The Prime Minister found himself in Wiltshire when the Speaker would've liked him to be speaking to the Commons answering an Urgent Question on the EU draft deal.
David Cameron would not have sealed the deal he promised in his manifesto but he will argue that he's sealed something comparable, the same ends by different means.
Stewart Wood, senior adviser to Ed Miliband when he was Leader of the Labour Party, believes the polls must have been wrong for all the years of Ed Miliband's leadership
If David Cameron wins the European referendum he will declare it has settled Britain's destiny. Bill Cash says it will do nothing of the sort. In the first of a series of interviews on Europe and
Where does this reshuffle leave things? Jeremy Corbyn's critics in Labour have spent a day getting angrier than their GPs would probably advise. But Jeremy Corbyn has held on to almost all the non-C
Downing Street hopes that giving Cabinet ministers a free vote in the EU Referendum will buy some calm. But will it encourage more big names to leap over to the "Leave" side?
Pressure from the Left, some less-than-great government briefings, the PM's loose tongue on "terrorist sympathisers" are all helping diminish the numbers rebelling against Mr Corbyn.
A pro-war Labour MP has urged her colleagues who want to vote for airstrikes to stand firm against the "unpleasant tactics" and intimidation from opponents of the war.