Brexit TV Special Sees Cameron, Farage Push Core Messages

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  • Cameron warns of danger to economy and struggle on immigration
  • Farage tells audience that ‘there’s more to life than GDP’

David Cameron answers questions from the audience during The ITV Referendum Debate on June 7.

Photographer: Matt Frost/ITV via Getty Images

David Cameron used his highest-profile appearance of the European Union referendum campaign so far to focus on the economy as the reason to stay in the bloc, as his opponent, Nigel Farage, put the spotlight on immigration into Britain.

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