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D-day for UK vote on EU membership

D-day for UK vote on EU membership
D-day for UK vote on EU membership
Dear Readers,
EurActiv brings you #EUref Countdown Alerts with EU news and policy insights on the Brexit/Bremain debate.We will continue to add live updates today and tomorrow.

Won 18, lost 11: The EU’s referendum record so far…

Whichever way Britain votes today, the referendum will be — according to a tally —  the 29th such EU plebiscite in the 43 years since the UK joined the EU.

> Read the full article in EN - FR

Live: Countdown to Brexit referendum

With less than one day to go until the all-important date, be sure to follow EurActiv’s live feed for all the latest developments. We will continue to add live updates throughout Thursday and Friday.
> Check out our #EUref LIVE coverage - FR

After Brexit: Roadmap for a leap in the dark

This is a rough outline of the steps Europe plans to take after Britain’s referendum on Thursday (23 June) on whether to leave the European Union, based on public and private comments by officials.
> Read the full article in EN

Institutions plan emergency sessions in event of Brexit

European President Martin Schulz told MEPs to brace for an extraordinary plenary session on Tuesday (28 June), while a meeting of the College of Commissioners would take place on Sunday (26 June) if Britons vote to leave the EU.

> Read the full article in EN

Brexit: Your minute-by-minute guide to what happens tonight

The big Brexit questions – what will it mean for Britain, for the EU, for the City of London, sterling, mortgages, business, the price of a pint – will only be resolved after the result of the UK referendum on leaving the EU on Thursday (23 June) is known.
> Read the full article in EN - FR - DE
Go to  WWW.EURACTIV.CO.UK  for the latest updates now
EurActiv will continue to bring you the latest EU news & policy debates,
regardless of the EUref outcome.


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