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Cameron: £9m pro-EU campaign is 'money well spent'

David Cameron has said he will "make no apology" for spending more than £9 million of taxpayers' money on pro-EU campaign, which includes sending a leaflet to 27 million homes as a cost of £6.4m.

Mr Cameron said the cash was "money well spent" during a question and answer session with students at Exeter university today.

Boris Johnson said it was "crazy" to use so much taxpayers' money on a "very biased and hysterical" campaign about the risks of leaving the EU.

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Government faces backlash over £9.3m pro-EU campaign

The Government has been accused of abusing its power after announcing it is throwing £9.3 million of public money behind a drive to encourage people to vote for Britain to remain in the EU.

A booklet will be sent to 27 million homes, backed by a social media campaign, which the Government said would help people make an "informed" choice in June's referendum.

Brexit campaigners described it as an immoral and undemocratic move.

ITV News Political Editor Robert Peston reports:

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