The debate over Britain's membership of the European Union has divided political parties and, according to recent polls, the public is said to be evenly split on whether or not to leave the union.
Below, politicians from both sides of the debate have their say. Will their comments sway you?
What the Leave campaigners say:
Tory MP Boris Johnson: "A vote to Remain will be taken in Brussels as a green light for more federalism, and for the erosion of democracy." (Daily Telegraph, March 2016)
Tory MEP Daniel Hannan: "How much worse might things get in the eurozone? Jim Mellon, arguably Britain’s most successful investor, thinks that imminent financial crises in France and Italy will make Greece look like a sideshow." (January 2016)
Ukip leader Nigel Farage: "The more exposure I get, those that would never vote for me anyway get angrier and angrier. But amongst the undecideds, no. I can persuade them. I am a voice that can sway some of those undecideds." (February 2016)
What the Remain campaigners say:
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn: "Just imagine what the Tories would do to workers' rights here in Britain if we voted to leave the EU in June." (Quoted by the BBC in April 2016)
Labour Peer Lord Mandelson: "We are faced in this country with the biggest choice of our generation, a choice which is going to have a huge impact on our jobs, our trade, our investment, our place in the world." (March 2016)
Former PM Tony Blair: "The question is: what's right for the people? And the point is, Britain has gained from Europe in these last decades." (March 2016)