David Cameron warns that EU Leave campaign based on series of “untruths” at a live event this morning attended by Dialogue.
The UK Prime Minister has warned that the campaign for the UK to leave the EU is based on a series of lies – many of them made by his own colleagues.
The PM said that claims by his eurosceptic rivals that a Remain vote would lead to an inability to cap European spending and a European army were “untruths”.
He had been around the table when agreements to veto plans were made, while his eurosceptic colleagues – such as Boris Johnson and Michael Gove – were not.
Despite calling a snap conference to set the record straight, which was attended by dialoguereview.com this morning, the Prime Minister denied he was “worried” about the result.
You can hear his full speech here.