A referendum on British exit from the EU

Thursday, June 23, from 9:00 to 00:00 (GMT) in the UK is a referendum on Brexit (Britain exit) — about the possible withdrawal of the Kingdom from the European Union. The British have to answer the question, “should the UK remain part of the European Union or leave the European Union.” Last Brexit poll, conducted by YouGov, showed a slight superiority of the opponents of the withdrawal of Britain from the EU. To remain in a United Europe, voted 51% to leave it — 49% of respondents. Exit polls in this referendum will not be. The final result of the plebiscite should be known by the morning of June 24.

The polling station in Chelsea

Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha leave the voting precinct in the heart of London

Newspaper editorials of the Sun and The Times, went on sale the day of the referendum on June 23

A man comes to the polling station in North London

The poster campaign “Britain is stronger in Europe” near the metro station “angel” in London

Office workers stand in a queue outside a polling station in the city of London

The polling station in Chelsea