The Chancellor of the Exchequer has been in East Devon on a final push to urge people to back staying in the EU.
George Osborne visited the world-famous carpet factory at Axminster. The company is a major supporter of the Remain campaign - the Managing Director Dave Knight - is among 1,280 business leaders who have signed a letter in support of staying in the EU to retain trade connections.
The firm, which employs more than 100 workers, also sees remaining in the EU as the only way to secure jobs and business growth.
This was the Chancellor's message:
The Chancellor was given a grand tour of the factory and also tried his hand at carpet making.
The visit concluded with the Chancellor posing in front of a makeshift IN campaign sign made of carpet-making equipment.
- Watch George Osborne's interview with ITV News West Country
In contrast the Devon-based Chairman of UKIP, Steve Crowther, is putting his faith in ordinary people to vote Leave tomorrow, 23 June.
He's hoping his argument that the West Country can retain more of its young people to work here if migrant labour was limited will chime with undecided voters.
- Watch Steve Crowther's interview with ITV News West Country