Leading politicians are out on the road today in an attempt to shore up support for their cause ahead of the EU referendum in June.
Former Mayor of London Boris Johnson is set to speak in the south west, urging voters to back Brexit.
Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn will be speaking on the EU, while also launching an attack on the Conservative government. He is expected to say:
People in this country face many problems: from insecure jobs, low pay and unaffordable housing to stagnating living standards and environmental degradation, and the responsibility for them lies in 10 Downing Street, not in Brussels.
The Tories and Ukip are on record as saying they would like to cut back our workplace rights and many unscrupulous employers would have our rights at work off us if they had the chance.
And David Cameron will be making a different argument for remaining in the EU. He will say that a vote to leave would lead to a cut in infrastructure investment, pointing to how a vote to leave would also result in leaving the European Investment Bank, which has invested £16m into projects in the UK over the last three years.
The Prime Minister will also unveil a poster for Remain, which will warn that British households could lose £4,300 per year if Brexit becomes a reality.