Key voices in Britain's EU referendum

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron talks with television presenters Jeremy Clarkson and and James May during a visit to W Chump & Sons Ltd TV studio in west London on June 16, 2016Politicians, business chiefs, faith leaders and rock stars alike have been making their voices heard on Britain’s EU membership referendum ahead of Thursday’s vote. The prime minister’s future is hanging in the balance: if Britain votes out, he is likely to face immediate pressure to quit. The veteran socialist leader of the main opposition Labour Party has come out for the “Remain” camp, despite a backbench career of euroscepticism.

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