It is easy for people working at respectable institutions to get a little comfortable, to assume that the logo on their work will mean it gets a hearing despite serious weaknesses. They know that we all have a limited attention span when it comes to politics and get used to the idea that, by the time the assumptions underlying it all become apparent, the right headlines have already been published.
One thing the campaigns disagree on is the real cost of our membership. So how much money do we put in and how much of it do we get back? I've been taking a closer look at some of the latest figures from the Treasury to try to get to the bottom of it.
Britain goes to the polls on Thursday 23 June to decide whether the UK should stay a member of the European Union. Use this guide to find out the arguments from the Leave and Remain sides on a range of key topics.
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