The Courier & Advertiser (Angus and Dundee)
Cameron and Farage face live TV grilling over EU vote
Brexit campaigners are “prepared to sacrifice jobs” to secure their dream of getting Britain out of the EU, Prime Minister David Cameron said.
Mr Cameron hit back at claims by Nigel Farage that the quality of life of voters was being ignored by a debate focused on the potential economic impact of leaving.
The Ukip leader and Prime Minister David Cameron were facing live television grillings on ITV ahead of the June 23 referendum on whether to break from Brussels.
Mr Farage - who was forced to defend his views on immigration in the face of a string of hostile questions from audience members - said GDP was not the only important measure. But the PM hit back - after being confronted by a questioner who told him immigration meant he could not get a doctor, had three children in one room and had seen his home town become a “no-go zone”.