BBC's EU referendum newsletter

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On 23 June, the UK will vote on whether to remain a member of the European Union. Starting today, our weekly digests will bring the latest news and analysis as polling day approaches. First up, here's a guide to everything you need to know about the referendum >
Obama's in town
The US president is on a four-day visit to the UK, where his intervention into the EU debate has sparked a row with Leave campaigners.
Read the latest updates on President Obama's UK visit >
Should Leave campaign fear Obama's visit? Laura Kuenssberg
Is Obama's pro-EU stance 'economically literate'? Kamal Ahmed
Europe: 'Them' or 'Us'?
Nick Robinson presents a two-part documentary about the story of Britain's troubled relationship with Europe.
Read Nick's take on UK-EU relations >
Watch Nick's documentary on BBC iPlayer >
Stats v stats
Conflicting claims on the economy have loomed large this week, as the Treasury published its analysis of what the implications of a vote to leave the EU would be.Osborne defends gloomy EU exit forecast >

Kuenssberg: What we learned about Gove's post-EU vision >
Introducing Reality Check
Throughout the campaign, the BBC's Reality Check team will be getting to the facts behind the claims. Read their latest analysis >
Recent Reality Checks
Would Brexit cost £4,300?
Has the UK given up its tax and banking veto?
Would an EU exit save the NHS £350m a week?
Further reading
Draghi posters
It is hardly the best time for Euro Crisis 2, writes Mark Mardell. But that is what is on the cardsStand by for another euro crisis >
Mark Easton looks at what the Treasury's EU document revealed about immigration forecasts. Has the government abandoned its net migration target? >