In a joint article published in the Guardian newspaper, Cameron, and Barber noted that the exit of Britain from the EU will hit both wages and prices.
"Less open trade results in a performance reduction. No matter whether you work at the car factory, in the factory, in the store or in the office: most likely, you will bring home less money at the end of each month than it would bring in if we stay in the EU", — wrote policies.
Cameron and Barber note that withdrawal from the EU will hit primarily by those families, whose lives are not easy, as the cost of living rise sharply, and the number of jobs will decrease.
"The weakening of the pound means rise in production and higher inflation, this will drive up prices on everyday purchases, clothes, gas — everything that we import from other countries", — stated in the article.
Meanwhile, Junior Minister for employment in the Department for work and pensions in Britain Preeti Patel noted that British business will receive greater freedom in the case of withdrawal from the EU.
A national referendum on Britain's membership in the European Union will be held June 23.