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Live updates: Final day of campaigning before EU vote

With one day to go before a historic vote on Britain's future inside the EU, rival campaigners have been criss-crossing the country in a final push for votes.

Latest developments:

  • David Cameron vowed to stay on as prime minister upon Brexit
  • Boris Johnson said the UK was on the verge of something "extraordinary"
  • Michael Gove told ITV News he was sorry for comparing pro-EU experts to Nazis
  • Ex-PM Sir John Major called Leave campaigners the "grave diggers of our prosperity"
  • Nigel Farage said Ukip had changed politics as he predicted a win for the leave campaign
  • Over 1,000 business leaders said a vote to leave would mean fewer jobs
  • The Italian prime minister urged British voters not to make the "wrong choice" to leave
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Holidaymakers rush to change money ahead of EU vote

Holidaymakers have been rushing to change up their travel money ahead of the EU vote.

Post Office Travel Money, which accounts for one in four of all UK foreign exchange transactions, said currency sales overall have surged by 74% year-on-year since the weekend.

It said on Tuesday that Post Office branch sales were up by 48.8% on the same period a year ago, while online purchases were up by 381%.

The value of the pound has see-sawed amid the uncertainty over whether the UK will decide to remain in the EU or vote for a Brexit.

There have been warnings that a Brexit vote could trigger further falls in the pound - and some holidaymakers may be hedging their bets by changing their money ahead of the vote.

International money transfer specialist HiFX reported the number of holidaymakers buying euros and US dollars has increased by 46% since the weekend.

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