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EU Referendum Poll: Should the UK remain in the European Union?

from BBC News

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU

Who wants the UK to stay in the EU? David Cameron wants Britain to stay in the EU, now he has got some powers back from it. The Labour Party, SNP, Plaid Cymru and the Lib Dems are also in favour of staying in. As mentioned above, according to polls, the public seems pretty evenly split on the issue.

from The Independent

Brexit: Ukip 'misspent almost £500,000 of EU money'

Ukip misspent almost half a million pounds of EU funding on trying to win the Brexit vote and elect MPs, a leaked Brussels audit has found. Nigel Farage’s party broke spending rules by diverting taxpayers’ cash to its own polling ahead of the EU referendum and in key target constituencies for last year’s general election. EU funding is meant to be spent on a party’s activities at a European level, not on financing domestic campaigns.

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UK EU referendum 2016: Britain to decide European Union future in crunch Brexit vote

Businesses in Cumbria evenly split on EU debate http://www.cumbriacrack.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/eu-referendum.jpg A poll conducted by award-winning Cumbrian accountants Lamont Pridmore has revealed that businesses in the Cumbria are equally split http://www.cumbriacrack.com/2016/06/14/businesses-cumbria-evenly-split-eu-debate/

from The Independent

Brexit takes nine point lead just months from expected EU referendum

EU referendum: Brexit campaign takes nine point lead just months from expected poll | UK Politics | News | The Independent

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from BBC News

Voting nears end in UK referendum on EU

The #UK is set to go to the polls in a historic #referendum on whether the country should remain a member of the #EuropeanUnion or leave.

from The Independent

Brexit could send shock waves across US and global economy

The Remain campaign has seen a significant boost in support among definite voters, a poll has found. The last ORB poll for the Daily Telegraph before the vote found the Remain campaign attracted 53 per cent of definite voters while Leave had 46 per cent.

EU referendum poll: two-thirds say deal is bad for UK: The poll comes amid anger from Conservative MPs after the Prime Minister told them to ignore the views of their Eurosceptic grassroots members and constituency associations over the upcoming referendum on Britain's membership of the EU.