Michael Gove sets out trade vision for UK outside EU

Justice secretary Michael Gove, the co-convenor of the Vote Leave campaign, has set out his vision for the trading relationships the UK would have if it leaves the EU.

Speaking to the Today programme, he said the UK would join a European free trade area, "take back control of our seat" on the World Trade Organisation and remove trade barriers to developing nations.

His comments follow Treasury forecasts that leaving the EU could cost the British economy the equivalent of £4,300 per household per year.