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22/02/2016 12:14 GMT | Updated 23/02/2016 03:59 GMT

EU Referendum: The Most Extreme Arguments Made By The 'Stay' And 'Leave' Camps

With the date of the EU Referendum on 23 June officially confirmed, both the 'stay' and 'leave' camps have upped their warnings and rhetoric.

This is nothing new - over the last few years the pressure has been growing for each side to make its case, including dire warnings about the chaos and devastation that could take place if we do - or don't - leave.

As the cover of the latest issue of Private Eye makes clear - some arguments have been a little dramatic:

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Private Eye's latest issue

From a risk to Britain's fish and viewing Netflix if we leave, to a threat of sex attacks and national security if we stay, here are the most extreme arguments made by each side:

The most extreme EU vote arguments