Published on 5 Jun 2016
Former Mayor of London and Leave supporter Boris Johnson has said he "dismisses" the criticism, some of it very personal, that just came from Sir John Major. Speaking to Andrew Marr, he said the public want to hear the real arguments, about the economy, immigration, and so on. He went on to defend the £350m claim that has been so widely criticised. He said "all we're suggesting" is that the UK "loses control" of that much money - not that all of it is lost to the EU - and if the country voted for Brexit that control could be returned. On immigration, he says it's "a question of democracy" and the UK currently has no say on who comes here.
Published on 5 Jun 2016Sir John Major, former prime minister and Remain supporter has said the Leave campaign's argument is "dishonest" and "verging on the squalid". Speaking to Andrew Marr, he said he isn't singling out Boris Johnson specifically, but "as the leader he has the power to stop it".