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David Cameron and Boris Johnson have laid out their opposing views on Brexit - with the prime minister warning that leaving the EU could increase the prospect of war and terrorism.
Mr Cameron also invoked wartime imagery, suggesting that leaving the EU could take Britain back to a time of 1940s-era instability.
Mr Johnson, meanwhile, dismissed the prime minister's arguments and suggested that the EU results in a "loss of democratic control".
ITV News Political Editor Robert Peston reports:
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The former Tory Prime Minister will warn Leave campaigners are "fuelling prejudice on immigration" and misleading voters.
The Labour leader said it is the young generation who will be most affected by the result so they must "make their voices heard".