Your chance to grill David Cameron and Michael Gove in Norwich at EDP EU debate

David Cameron and Michael Gove pictured in 2013. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

David Cameron and Michael Gove pictured in 2013. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire - Credit: PA

Have you still not decided how you are going to vote on June 23? Do you have a burning question for the leader of each camp?

As the European Union referendum campaign reaches its climax, the Eastern Daily Press is giving you the opportunity to put your questions to leaders on each side of the argument.

Prime minister David Cameron and justice secretary Michael Gove will both be in Norwich in the coming days and they want to make their pitch to our readers and answer your questions.

Mr Cameron will answer questions in Norwich on Tuesday and Mr Gove will be grilled by our readers the following week, on Monday, June 20.

Ahead of the event, Mr Cameron said: 'I'm very much looking forward to visiting Norwich during this campaign.

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'I want everyone in East Anglia to hear the big, positive and patriotic case we are making for Britain to remain inside a reformed Europe. This is a cross-party campaign – a Conservative government, Labour, Lib Dems, Greens – and all of us supported by a host of economists, expert organisations and friends and allies of Britain from around the world.

'We'll be stronger, safer and better off if we vote to remain – and for the sake of our children and grandchildren, that's the choice I urge the people of East Anglia to make on June 23.'

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Mr Gove said: 'I'm really looking forward to answering the question of readers of the Eastern Daily Press.

'This referendum is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for people in Norfolk and Suffolk to vote for real change. If we vote to leave we can take back control of the £350m we send to the EU each week. This means getting things done for the region – from making sure funding is directed to regional priorities to taking back control of our borders.'

Nigel Pickover, editor-in-chief at Archant Norfolk, which publishes the EDP and Evening News, said: 'The decision about whether to remain or leave the European Union is one of the biggest our readers will have to make in a generation.

'We are delighted to be hosting these question-and-answer events which will give people in this part of the country a chance to put their concerns to those making the case for each option on the ballot paper.

'We urge readers who have not yet decided how they are going to vote to get in touch so they have the opportunity to grill the prime minister and justice secretary.

'We will not be telling our readers how we think they should vote, but we want to help arm them with all the arguments so they feel they are making an informed decision.'

•Anybody wanting to take part in the events needs to be able to get to Norwich city centre on Tuesday, June 14 and/or Monday, June 20.

Audience members will be given a time and exact location closer to the event.

If you would like to take part in this event please email with the questions you would like to ask.

Please make the email subject line 'EU referendum event'.

Please provide a short biography, including your name, age, where you live and your occupation.

You will also need to bring a form of identification, which includes a picture, to the event, if you are selected to be in the audience

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