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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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Farage calls for reintroduction of British passports

Nigel Farage has called for the reintroduction of British passports to "make this country safer".

Speaking at ITV's EU referendum event, he pulled his passport from his pocket and said: "This should be a British passport. It says European Union on it.

"I think, to make this country safer, we need to get back British passports so that we can check anybody else coming in."

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