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Summary

  1. Live updates for Monday 13 June have now finished for the day. We're back from 08:00 on Tuesday.

Live Reporting

By Alex Rhodes

All times stated are UK

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  1. End of the debate

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Certainly a lively one tonight, with panelists and audience getting very heated at times.

    Hopefully if you hadn't yet made up your mind then at the very least you've been given some things to think about. 

  2. Reaction from our political reporter

    Sharon Edwards

    Political Reporter, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    From where I was sitting it was very passionate from both the audience and the panelists.

    Even the undecided wanted answers, there's a lot of fear out there from people who are worried they don't know the facts before the referendum.

    If you're sick to death of hearing about it then don't worry, it'll all be over soon!

  3. Some words from the chairman...

    Rod Whiting

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    Well it was certainly hard work chairing the debate tonight but I did enjoy it.

    There was an incredible amount of passion on both sides. The audience were really into it and were determined to hold the politicians to account.

    The big takeaway from me is that the public are determined to get answers and I believe we're going to see more of this as we reach the final stretch of the debate. 

  4. Neck and neck

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Who knows if this will be the national picture later this month but if tonight is anything to go by then it's going to be close.

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  5. Reactions

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Some disappointment with the panel and the Referendum campaigns at large coming from the audience.

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    Quote Message: There's too much haze in there, there was a lot of negativity... I might change my mind again you can never be sure. from Maria
    Maria
    Quote Message: It was lively although I'm not surprised it wasn't full to the rafters. People are really getting sick of it. from Yvonne
    Yvonne
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  6. 'EU will force us to give prisoners the vote'

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    A big point for Leave is regaining sovereignty, Karl raises the issue of voting rights for those serving time in jail. 

    Quote Message: The EU are going to force us to give prisoners to vote, I don't agree with that and many people across the political spectrum don't agree with that. It should be our choice. from Karl McCartney
    Karl McCartney

    A point made to agreement from some online:

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  7. The price of milk

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    The question of farming subsidies has come up and the effect a leave vote would have on agriculture.

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    Quote Message: The EU has made sure vested interests have done very well, unfortunately those haven't been the interests of British farmers. from Karl McCartney
    Karl McCartney
    Quote Message: We don't know, it's a leap in the dark. If you trust Karl then vote to leave if you trust the NFU (National Farmers Union) then vote to stay. from David Prescott
    David Prescott

    But Peter Davis says a vote to stay won't result in "as you were chaps".

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  8. Davis says taxpayers money isn't being used properly by the EU

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Whilst the exact amount is hotly debated no one can deny that a significant amount of money is paid into the EU.

    Peter Davis says it's not going where it should be. 

    Quote Message: If I wasn't in business and if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes I probably would have voted to stay in. But I cant ignore the evidence of my own eyes... They're using our money for corrupt dealings. I can give you so many examples of widespread corruption. from Peter Davis
    Peter Davis
    auditorium
  9. Mind your language

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Choice of words has come up a lot tonight, how people phrase there arguments obviously proving important.

    Some in the audience pulled Davis up on his language when it came to migration and it seems others have a problem with Prescott's.

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  10. 'What evidence does Brexit have that leaving will mean a positive outcome for the economy?'

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Next question from the audience. 

    Victoria Ayling says even if we leave, we won't be punished by tariffs. 

    Quote Message: Five million jobs in the EU are dependent on trade with Britain... the only difference for us is that we could trade properly with the rest of the world. from Victoria Ayling
    Victoria Ayling

    Finbarr Dowling counters by stating it's a leap into uncertainty if we leave and uncertainty is always bad news for the markets.

    Quote Message: Where will the products we want be manufactured? We need to be in the Single Market, we don't know how long trade would be disrupted if we left.... nobody knows what would happen. from Finbarr Dowling
    Finbarr Dowling
  11. McCartney says Conservatives can work together again after EU referendum

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    There's been much speculation of relationships within the Conservative Party, some likening it to a civil war. 

    Karl McCartney says it's fine to have a debate about these things and they can go back to getting on once the question has been answered.

    Quote Message: The Conservative Party is a broad church, ninety percent of the other things we do we agree on like running this country properly... we can have differences of opinion on things. from Karl McCartney
    Karl McCartney

    Not everyone's convinced though...

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  12. Peter Davis calls for unity no matter the result

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Some questions over whether either side has shown off the best of British values in campaigning so far.

    Peter Davis said that whilst he wants Britain to leave he wants everyone to wok together to 'make Britain great again' after the dust has settled.

  13. Prescott accused of using debate to push party agenda

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Some calls from the audience for David Prescott to 'answer the question' when asked if Lincolnshire can cope with a population increase.

    Victoria Ayling even called him 'the red Prince'

  14. 'Can Lincolnshire cope with projected increases in population from the EU?'

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Next question from the audience...

    Peter Davis says other towns and cities in the EU should serve as a warning:

    Quote Message: If we're not careful the EU will allow a flood to come in, it'll take jobs and the future of our children. from Peter Davis
    Peter Davis

    Sue Liburd says we have to avoid dangerous rhetoric and countered with this:

    Quote Message: Migration is two way, we have flows of people around the world. We have people leaving as well as arriving. from Sue Liburd
    Sue Liburd
  15. 'Maybe you should have an open mind rather than an open mouth'

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Rowdy audience in tonight it seems! One audience member asked Karl McCartney this:

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    He said he's happy to talk with any business and accused the audience member of already having made up their mind with that quote in the headline.