Michael Heseltine has delivered a resounding speech at a People's Vote rally, sharing the stage with his former political rival Margaret Beckett to say that Remainers are now the truest defenders of Britain's national interest.
Annunziata Rees-Mogg has complained that she doesn't have time to think about her votes in EU parliament, prompting more experienced MEPs - and a lot of Twitter users - to suggest she does her homework before showing up.
The independent body for scrutinising government spending has made numerous warnings of the possible effects of a no-deal Brexit, including £30 billion of debt, a crash in house prices, over ten years of stagnant wages, and a recession.
On the day EU leaders vote on the next European Commission chief, nominee Ursula von der Leyen had strong words in response to Nigel Farage's speech in which he accused her of wanting an "updated form of communism".
The founder of Brexiteer campaign group BeLeave has told supporters that the Electoral Commission "completely ruined my early 20s" ahead of his appeal against the £20,000 fine for breaking election rules.