1. British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives to address airline staff at Luton Airport
2. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister: (++asked about those campaigning for Britain to remain in the European Union accusing those campaigning to leave of lying over whether the UK can veto new countrys becoming part of the EU++)
"What I said was very clear which is there's a fact here and the fact is that every country in the European Union has a veto on any new country being able to join. That is a fact and I wanted to correct the record on Sunday when it was suggested that this wasn't a fact and I did say, and I think everyone can now see, that what I've said is right and the person who made those statements got it wrong, you know, that's life, we don't always get things right but that's what has happened and so the record is now properly corrected and everyone can see that we have a veto on any other country joining the EU just as the other 27 do. And look, in this debate of course you're going to have people making passionate arguments and you have people within the same political party having a discussion about the advantages and disadvantages, but I think all matters as fact is very important to get the facts straight."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister:
"The campaign wanting us to leave the EU, of course they are always going to say this is 'project fear' or something else because they don't want to address these issues. The more, you know, some of them admit the economy would take a hit but it's a price worth paying, some of them are pretending it wouldn't take a hit but of course they don't want us to talk about these things but I say if you are making a decision this big you really need to think through the economic consequences and what I would say to people in our country is, you know, for the last six years people have worked incredibly hard to get us out of the difficult economic situation that we were in after the crash and the recession and you know, you could see it with two million more people in work, inflation is down, wages are growing ahead of inflation, you know, our economy is growing, we're succeeding around the world again. Let's not put that at risk. We've worked so hard and have come so far, we shouldn't do anything that puts us onto the wrong track."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister:
"There's a lot of opportunities out there. My worry is if we vote to leave I think we would spend the next few years trying to renegotiate our relationship with Europe, we'd have to renegotiate what our trade relationship is with Europe, we'd then have to renegotiate what our trade relationship is with all of the major economies that Europe has a trade deal with. This process could take as much as 10 years and I don't want young people starting out on their working life with a sort of 10 years of uncertainty surrounding the British economy. And if anyone thinks this is an overestimate, Greenland left the European Union, 60.000 people, mostly a fish based economy so it shouldn't be too difficult. It took them three years to negotiate their exit."