Former Mayor of London Boris Johnson (L) and Britain's Secretary of State for Justice Michael Gove pose at a Vote Leave rally in London, Britain, June 4, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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Former British prime minister John Major attacked fellow Conservatives on Sunday for running a "deceitful" campaign for a Brexit, raising the heat in an increasingly tight race for the June 23 referendum.Major condemned the Vote Leave campaign, led by former Tory mayor of London Boris Johnson, of making "fundamentally dishonest" claims about the economic benefits of leaving the European Union.Johnson appeared on the same program shortly afterwards, where he said he did not want to escalate "blue-on-blue" attacks but defended the Vote Leave campaign.He said Britain should be able to decide how it spends the £350 million (450 million euros, $500 million) a week it contributes to the EU budget -- a figure that excludes Britain's £85 million weekly rebate.
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