Weekly food shop costs will rise by almost 3% if Britain left the EU, David Cameron has said.

Writing in The Sun on Sunday, the Prime Minister claims a vote to leave would mean the average family spending an extra £120 a year on food and drink.

Clothes and shoes would also see a price hike of 5% and he questioned whether the increases were “worth it”.

“Every credible economic organisation” – including the Bank of England and the International Monetary Fund – believes Britain will be better off inside the bloc”, he said.

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