British PM denounces Brexit's 'complete untruths'
Updated: 2016-06-08 10:25
He cited Janet Yellen, chairwoman of the US Federal Reserve, who issued the latest warning on Monday, saying a UK vote to exit the European Union could have significant economic repercussions for the United States.
In the Leave camp, the UK Independence Party MP Douglas Carswell responded: "The In campaign is in a blind panic. David Cameron's renegotiation was a failure. No one believes he got a deal worth the paper it was written on. Now people are rejecting his campaign of fear."
Meanwhile, a number of London-based leading national newspapers said in their Tuesday editions that Britain may stay in the EU single market no matter what the result of the June 23 referendum would be.
A main front page story of The Times carried the headline: Pro-Euro MPs could defy Brexit Poll Victory. It warned that MPs could fight a rearguard battle to stop Britain from exiting the single market.
The 'i' newspaper carried a similar headline, saying pro-Europe MPs will challenge the public vote. It warned that MPs may use the House of Commons to fight a guerrilla campaign to keep Britain in the single market.
The newspaper said fewer than 200 of the parliament's 650 MPs support the Leave campaign, and the pro-Remain majority could "shape the means of exit" as Britain "disentangles" itself from the EU.
A Leave campaign spokesman told the Daily Mail: "If you vote Leave, Britain will negotiate a British option which will end the supremacy of EU law and take back control of our borders and our democracy and our economy."
The Remain campaign told the newspaper: "The Leave campaign can't tell us what would happen if we vote to leave. At every point, they have admitted they 'just don't know.' Leaving Europe would be a leap in the dark that would damage our economy, lead to price rises and job cuts."
Leading gambling organizations, or bookmakers as they are known in Britain, have slashed the odds on the Leave campaign winning in the referendum. Punters wanting to have a flutter on the result have found major bookies, Coral, has cut the odds on the Brexit vote from 5/2 to 7/4, while odds on Remain winning have been lengthened from 1/7 to 4/11.