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The UK's EU Referendum - In or Out?

Updated Thursday 18th February 2016

What is the UK's EU Referendum? What will it mean if we are 'in' or 'out'? Learn more about trade, currency, the single market, migration and many other factors that may be affected by the outcome. 

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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'.
Please note: The opinions expressed in this hub are those of the individual authors, and do not represent the views of The Open University.

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