1. British Chancellor George Osborne and British Prime Minister David Cameron approaching lecterns
2. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister:
"The shock to our economy after leaving Europe would tip the country into recession. This could be for the first time in history a recession brought on ourselves. As I stand here in B&Q, it would be a DIY recession. And it really matters to everyone."
3. Cutaway Cameron and Osborne
4. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister:
"Someone actually asked in this debate the other day, you know: that's the economic case, what about the moral case? But don't they realise the economic case is the moral case. The moral case for keeping parents in work, firms in business, the pound in health, Britain in credit, the moral case for providing economic opportunity rather than unemployment for the next generation. Where is the morality in putting any of that at risk for some unknown end?"
5. Cutaway Cameron and Osborne
6. SOUNDBITE (English) George Osborne, British Chancellor:
"Within two years at least half a million jobs would be lost. That's 80,000 jobs in the Midlands. Over 100,000 jobs across the North. Over 40,000 in Scotland; over 20,000 in Wales; almost 15,000 jobs in Northern Ireland. In London, over 70,000 jobs would be lost. Here across the South, almost 120,000 jobs would go. And that's the lower end of the estimates – across Britain as many as 820,000 jobs could be lost."
7. Cutaway Cameron and Osborne
8. SOUNDBITE (English) George Osborne, British Chancellor:
" We have spent six years together dealing with what happens when recession hits this country. We have got one month to make sure we don't do it to ourselves all over again. One month to avoid a DIY recession."
British Prime Minister David Cameron warned on Monday that leaving the EU would "tip the country into recession."
Speaking at the DIY store B&Q's headquarters in Hampshire along British Chancellor George Osborne, the Prime Minister said the Leave vote would cause an economic shock which would create the world's first "DIY recession".
Camerons said Britain has worked hard to recover from the recession and argued that "the economic case is the moral case."
The Treasury published an analysis warning that Brexit would cause a year-long recession and cost hundreds of thousands of jobs to be lost across the United Kingdom.
British Chancellor George Osborne said within two years at least half a million jobs would be lost, describing the figures as "the lower end of the estimate."
"Across Britain as many as 820,000 jobs could be lost," Osborne said.
He stressed the country has got one month to "avoid a DIY recession."
Britain is holding a referendum on its membership of the EU on 23 June.