Theresa May urges EU leaders to clear way for a deal, while David Davis prepares for a no-deal. How disastrous would a no-deal Brexit be?
4 March 2016, 10:11
Nigel Farage has hit out at the In Campaign's "Project Fear".
Members of the Remain team have suggested that jobs will be lost, trade will fall and the economy will collapse if the UK votes for a Brexit in June's referendum.
But speaking on Phone Farage, the Ukip leader said the statements show the government is in full panic mode.
"I think Cameron thought his deal would go down better than it did and it was basically rubbished by everybody. I don't for moment think that Cameron thought Gove and Boris would back leave.
"I don't for moment think that Cameron though 140 Conservative backbenchers would support leave and I think what the government has done this week, they've gone into full panic mode. They've had letters from big businesses and all the rest of it."
"They've used all the things they should have used in the last fortnight of the campaign, so effectively they have fired all their bullets, there is nothing left."
"From my perspective I'm pleased because if they go on making these apocalyptic visions for us, in the end the British public will cry wolf."