Electoral Fraud is what it is, may not be in the eyes of UK law but UK law is wrong to allow this and the law should be changed. Its hardly democratic to use government finances for political argument, looks more like a stunt a third world African dictatorship would pull - Robert Mugabe anyone! Most probably the EU instructed the UK government to do it, it sounds just like there covert undemocratic ways.
If anything I think this will backfire on the government, particularly when the heavily biased patronizing tosh starts hitting peoples doormats complete with cheesy pictures on each page from some PR twit who thinks the words might be too baffling for what they conceive as dumb voters. The government must be desperate if they are willing to dump large amounts of money into this to use taxpayers money to attempt to buy votes. I think voters will see it for what it is and the weak argument of Cameron on Europe and be moved to vote against this charade.
EU has only ever had a poor economic record since its inception, economic crises in recent years and now a immigration/asylum crises when we need to focus on economic matters, not a success story we should associate ourselves with.
Having read the leaflet, and whether you're for in/out, how can anyone believe this is right is beyond me. Even if you think the EU is better for us all, I'm pretty sure I read no disadvantages to the EU (which I'm sure everyone can agree on, it's not perfect), with some assumptions here and there. Also, does this give the in campaign an unfair advantage in regard to how much can be spent on their campaigns? Either way, it's a load of bs propaganda imo
Chris Bryant made the excellent point that the bulk of the media advocating brexit, which has consistently been misleading the public about the EU are all tax exiles who have been costing tax payers far more money than this sum.
Are you kidding? £9.3 million is absolute peanuts.