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Cameron and Farage face public questions on EU referendum

David Cameron and Nigel Farage faced public questions on the EU referendum in a live TV event.

The Prime Minister said leaving the EU amounted to quitting and we are not quitters, he said. Ukip leader Nigel Farage said being British meant not being bullied by anybody.

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Cameron urges voters to not go for 'Little England' option

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David Cameron was also asked what he thought Britain would look like in 20 years time, if we choose to leave.

He said "I worry if we leave that we're going to see our economy suffer because we're going to lose access to the absolutely vital market that we have, and I would say the right thing to do, the British thing to do is to fight for a Great Britain inside a European Union, and don't take the Nigel Farage 'little England' option.

"That's not the country we want, it's not the country we want for our children, and I don't think it's right for our country."

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