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The UK's EU Referendum Introduced

Updated Thursday, 7th April 2016

Start here for some general information about the UK's upcoming EU Referendum.

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This article is part of an EU Referendum Hub. To find out more from the official 'leave' campaign visit 'Vote Leave' and to find out more from the official 'stay' campaign visit 'Britain Stronger In Europe'.
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