Boris Johnson campaigns in Bristol. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images
As Cameron unveiled a new Remain poster saying that every household would lose 4,300, the Vote Leave campaign came close to calling the prime minister a liar, saying he was failing to be honest. David Cameron knows that not a single British family would lose that amount of money if we vote Leave, said its chief executive, Matthew Elliott.
Speaking in Bristol on Saturday, Boris Johnson depicted the Leave campaign as gallant heroes in a David and Goliath struggle. Im telling you that if we vote on 23 June and take back control of our country, our economy and our democracy, then we can prosper and thrive and flourish as never before, he said. We are David and Goliath, and we know what happened to Goliath.
Green MP Caroline Lucas said it was vital that everyone not on the electoral register made sure they signed up before the deadline to have their say in the most important poll in a generation.
Lib Dem leader Tim Farron said: In this referendum, my challenge to voters of my age or older is to use your vote in the interests of those that your vote will affect the most: your children and grandchildren. And my challenge to younger voters is that you should leave no one in any doubt that the Britain you will inherit must be outward-looking, positive, ambitious not isolated, limited and negative.