1. British Home Secretary Theresa May arriving to deliver speech in favour of Britain remaining in the European Union (EU) ++MUTE++
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Theresa May, UK Home Secretary:
"Now I know that some people say the EU (European Union) does not make as more secure because it does not allow us to control our border. But that is not true. Free movement rules means it is harder to control the volume of European immigration and as I said yesterday, that is clearly no good thing. But they do not mean we cannot control the border. The fact that we are not part of Schengen (area), the group of countries without border checks, means we have avoided the worst of migration crisis that has hit continental Europe over the last year. It means we can conduct checks on people travelling to Britain from elsewhere in Europe and, subject to certain rules and the availability of information, it means we can block entry for serious criminals and terrorists."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Boris Johnson, Mayor of London (backing campaign for Britain to leave the EU):
"We've been told we have to go to the back of the queue, that seems to me to be ridiculous when you consider that actually the real reason we haven't been able to do a free-trade deal with the United States in the last 43 years is that we are part of the EU."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Boris Johnson, Mayor of London (backing campaign for Britain to leave the EU):
"73 per cent of the non-EU trade we do at the moment is done without any kind of trade deal whatever, so first to be sort of bullied in this way, I don't want to exaggerate - for people to say that we are going to be unable to cope on our own I think is absoultely wrong."
Britain's membership of the European Union means it is "more secure from crime and terrorism," British Home Secretary Theresa May argued in a speech on Monday.
It was May's first major speech since backing the campaign for Britain to remain a member of EU.
She said Britain had "avoided the worst of migration crisis that has hit continental Europe" because it was not part of the Schengen borderless area.
Meanwhile, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson - a backer of the campaign for Britain to leave the EU, also known as "Brexit" - dismissed suggestions that Britain cannot cope if it leaves the 28 nation bloc.
Britain will hold a referendum on continued membership of the EU on 23 June.