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June 16, 2016 6:16 PM

‘Brexit’ gives British voters a tough choice: Should we stay or should we go?

Prime Minister David Cameron wants his nation to stay in the union, as does the Labour Party

Opponents include a former mayor of London and the U.K. Independence Party

A similar vote happened in 1975

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