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Prime Minister at Hitachi plant for EU speech

David Cameron is at Hitachi's Newton Aycliffe train factory ahead of a speech he'll be giving on why Britons should vote to stay in the EU.

He will be focussing on how jobs and the economy would be affected by a 'Brexit'.

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Leave campaigners dispute PM's claim that Brexit would harm North East jobs

Leave campaigners have disputed the claim that Britain leaving the EU would damage the security of north east jobs.

The Prime Minister is at Hitachi's Newton Aycliffe train factory for a speech about the debate.

Vote leave supporters have said that the notion investment into the North East would be jeopardised by a vote to leave is 'ludicrous'.

John Elliott, chairman of local employer Ebac and Vote Leave supporter, said:

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