1. Wide (from left to right) former British Business Secretary Vince Cable (Liberal Democrat), British Chancellor George Osborne (Conservative), former British Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls Labour) at lecterns
2. SOUNDBITE (English) George Osborne, British Chancellor:
"They (the Leave campaign) say it is all a massive conspiracy. So that's everyone from Mark Carney to Christine Lagarde to Barack Obama to the entire editorial team at ITV to the staff at the IMF and OECD, to hundreds of economists, to a majority of leaders of small, medium and large firms - they think they are all part of some global stitch-up to give misinformation to the British people. The next think you know the Leave camp will be accusing us of faking the Moon landings, kidnapping Shergar and covering up the existence of the Loch Ness monster. The response to the sober economics warning from around the world by those who want to leave the EU has not been credible or serious."
3. Cutaway Cable, Osborne and Balls
4. SOUNDBITE (English) George Osborne, British Chancellor:
"New Treasury analysis shows that if we left the single market and relied on the rules of the WTO (World Trade Organisation), then after 15 years we would be doing 200 billion (bn) pounds less trade every year in today's terms and we'd miss out on over 200 billion (bn) pound of overseas investments into our country."
5. Cutaway Cable and Osborne
6. SOUNDBITE (English Vince Cable, former Business Secretary:
"It (single market) wasn't the vision of Brussels bureaucrats, let alone of Hitler or Napoleon. It was a proposal that came from a British Government led by Mrs. Thatcher and I underline that because the single market was a British vision of an open Europe.
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Ed Balls, former Shadow Chancellor:
"Voting to leave EU now really is a one way ticket to a poorer Britain, not just in the short term but for decades to come."
9. Osborne thanking everyone and he, Balls and Cable leaving
British Chancellor George Osborne said on Monday that the response of the Leave campaign to the overwhelming consensus among economists and world leaders that Brexit "would come at an economic cost" has not been "credible or serious."
Osborne said the Leave camp responded to the warnings from the world leaders, IMF, OECD and leading economists about the consequences of the Brexit by treating them as "a massive conspiracy".
He also said a new Treasury analysis showed that if the UK relied on World Trade Organisation rules, in case of Brexit, it would lose trade worth £200bn a year and overseas investment worth £200bn within 15 years.
He spoke at the Stansted airport near London, along former adversaries, former Business Secretary Vince Cable and , former Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls standing in front of a Ryanair plane which carried the words that Britain is "stronger, safer and better off in Europe"
Sharing a platform with Osborne, Ed Balls said voting to leave EU now "is a one way ticket to a poorer Britain."
The UK will vote on whether to remain in the EU in the referendum on 23 June.