As we head towards the EU referendum, Newsnight has a series of six special programmes looking at some of the big issues behind the vote.

Each week, in a one-hour special, we’re joined by top politicians on both sides of the argument, a panel of experts, and a group of undecided voters.

We’re live blogging each of the programmes at bbc.co.uk/newsnight - giving you extra background, fact checking and insight from our correspondents and the Newsnight team.

What would Out look like?

Newsnight gets out the crystal ball to try and answer this question.

What would the future hold for Britain outside of the EU? What would the negotiation process look like? How would the UK's relationship with its neighbours change?

Andrea Leadsom and Chuka Umunna go head to head in the studio along with a panel of experts and our group of undecided voters.

Read the live blog

Watch: Newsnight Future Special

Does the EU work for us?

Does Brussels work for us? Newsnight looks at the money the EU spends, and the institutions that spend it.

Evan Davis is joined by Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Amber Rudd, UKIP MP Douglas Carswell, a panel of experts, and our group of undecided voters.

Read the live blog

Watch: Newsnight Brussels special

Immigration

What would Brexit mean for immigration?

Newsnight comes from the town of Boston in Lincolnshire, which has one of the highest levels of EU immigration in the country. Evan Davis is joined by politicians on both sides of the argument, a panel of experts, and a group of undecided voters.

Read the live blog

Watch: Newsnight Immigration special

Security

Would the UK be safer in or out of the EU? Would the UK’s standing in the world change if the UK votes to leave? What is the best way of guaranteeing our security?

The director of Europol Rob Wainwright and former Met counter terrorism chief Richard Walton go head to head in a debate chaired by Evan Davis, with Penny Mordaunt and Alan Johnson.

Read the live blog

Watch: Newsnight Security special

Economy

Would the UK be better off financially in or out of the EU?

Evan Davis is joined by Secretary of State for the Environment Liz Truss, Eurosceptic MEP Daniel Hannan, a panel of experts, and a group of undecided voters.

Read the live blog

Watch: Newsnight Economy special

Sovereignty

Who really rules the UK? How many laws are made in the EU? How important is sovereignty to you when deciding how you will vote

Evan Davis grills Chris Grayling and Peter Mandelson - and turns to a panel of experts and undecided voters for their verdict.

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Watch: Newsnight Sovereignty special