12:39 22 June 2016
The BBC’s Great Debate, the biggest of the EU referendum campaign, represented the last ditch, direct appeal of both Leave and Remain sides ahead of Thursday historic vote.
The debate lasted for about two hours and touched on important issues including immigration, sovereignty, the power of the EU courts, and the economy.
During the heated argument, Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson repeatedly clashed with Boris Johnson who said that Thursday’s vote could be “Britain’s independence day”.
Ms Davidson said that voters have to be 100per cent sure that there was no going back on Friday morning. She added that her side “refused to dismiss the experts” who all agree that “Britain is better-off in.”
Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom, who was on the panel for Leave, said that the UK had led the way on workers’ rights, not the EU. "We do not need unelected, bureaucratic European leaders to tell us what our workers rights can be."
Meanwhile, Sadiq Khan has accused the rival side of “lying” and “trying to scare people” by saying Turkey was set to join the EU.
“Turkey isn’t about to join,” he said.