Both sides summed up their arguments in one page in the Electoral Commission leaflet sent to every home in the UK. We’ve factchecked the Stronger In and the Vote Leave one.
Ipsos MORI have some research on what EU referendum issues are helping other people make their minds up:
This series of articles answers the most popular Google searches about the European Union and the EU referendum on 23 June.
Full Fact wants to see greater accountability for public figures who mislead us—and we need your help.
Political debate in the UK is in flux right now. The UK’s exit from the European Union is approaching, we will soon have a new prime minister and potentially a general election.
We want politicians to tell the truth, and while the best politicians realise that their work should be done honestly, some aren't taking their responsibilities seriously. Both sides in the EU referendum campaign let voters down, from deceptively designed leaflets to some of the arguments made on each side. The public rightly expects more from politicians.
We want to see greater accountability for public figures who mislead. Full Fact will continue to advocate for higher standards and call out those who don't uphold them.
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