Two leading EU figures have issued fresh warnings against the UK voting to leave the Union next week.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Junker says an ‘Out’ vote would open a period of major uncertainty, both in Britain and in the EU.
And European Council president Donald Tusk says a Brexit doesn’t make sense:
Meanwhile, former Tanaiste Mary Coughlan says people in Donegal are worried about renewed border controls if the UK votes to leave the UK.
The former Donegal South West Fianna Fail TD told Ocean FM today that she feels reform of the EU is needed as opposed to member states leaving it: