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What it really means for you...

On 23 June, we decide if the UK should be in or out of the European Union. Here’s what you need to know...

Talking about: Brexit

Next week we’ll head to the ballot box to decide whether Britain should remain in the European Union, or go it alone. It could affect everything from the cost of your summer holidays to your glass of wine.

Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes and Dragons’ Den’s Duncan Bannatyne are both supporting Vote Leave. But former Dragons Kelly Hoppen and Hilary Devey plus actress Emma Thompson and Apprentice star Karren Brady are backing the Remain campaign. with each side adamant they’re right – forecasting doom and disaster if the other side wins, what does it actually mean for you?

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