Leave campaigners have set out a “roadmap” for the UK to “take back control” if it votes to leave the EU.
Parliament should act to end free movement and curb the power of EU courts, Vote Leave said.
The government has warned of a “decade of uncertainty” as the UK attempts to disentangle itself from Brussels and form new trade deals.
But Vote Leave said a new settlement – including a UK-EU free trade deal – would be possible by May 2020.
The UK votes on whether to remain in the EU or to leave on 23 June.
In other referendum news:
- George Osborne and Lord Darling warned of emergency spending cuts and tax rises if the UK votes to leave the EU
- The CBI said business groups from countries including Norway, Switzerland and Canada had outlined the “serious shortcomings” in their alternative relationships with the EU
- Former Health Secretary Stephen Dorrell will say a vote to leave would undermine the NHS’s finances
- Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned that the UK voting to leave the European Union could present the risk of a “right-wing Tory takeover”.
- A pro-Brexit flotilla, organising by the Fishing for Leave group, will sail up the Thames
Vote Leave said the government should invite figures from other parties, business, the law and civil society to join the negotiating team to “get a good deal in the national interest”.
It called for immediate legislation in the current session of Parliament to “end the European Court of Justice’s control over national security and allow the government to deport criminals from the EU”.