Britain's Brexit battle
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks at a "Stronger In" campaign rally at a school in Witney, southermore
A woman hands out leaflets campaigning to stay in Europe for the BREXIT vote in London. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs
Branded fudge is seen in the office of pro-Brexit group pressure group "Leave.eu" in London. REUTERS/Neil Hamore
Former London Mayor Boris Johnson holds up a Cornish pasty during the launch of the Vote Leave bus campaign, imore
A Chelsea Pensioner passes in front of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) pro-brexit campaign bus, parked in fromore
A supporter wears a branded t-shirt at a "Vote In - Another Europe is Possible " rally in London. REUTERS/Nemore
Supporter holding banners cross the road during a Vote Leave event outside the Chelsea Flower Show in London. more
Badges and stickers are displayed at a "Vote In - Another Europe is Possible " rally in London. REUTERS/Neilmore
A banner encouraging people to support a local Brexit campaign hangs on the side of a building in Altrincham. more
Slogans from the Vote Leave campaign are projected on to the base of Edinburgh Castle, Scotland. REUTERS/Russemore
A branded balloon and mug are seen in the office of pro-Brexit group pressure group "Leave.eu" in London. REUmore
Supporters hold placards during a "Labour In for Britain" campaign event in London. REUTERS/Neil Hall
A girl runs past a Vote Leave sign, protruding from the garden of a house in Altrincham. REUTERS/Phil Noble
A worker answers a telephone in the office of Brexit group pressure group "Leave.eu" in London. REUTERS/Neil more
A slogan of the "Vote Leave" campaign is projected onto the White Cliffs of Dover urging people to support leamore
Posters promoting to keep Britain in the European Union are placed in a window in London. REUTERS/Reinhard Kramore
Branded mugs are displayed at a "Vote In - Another Europe is Possible " rally in London. REUTERS/Neil Hall
A supporter speaks to a passer by during a Vote Leave event outside the Chelsea Flower Show in London. REUTERSmore
A supporter wears a rosette during a "Labour In for Britain" campaign event in London. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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