To beer or not to beer, that is the question! Pints of Vote In and Vote Out beers produced by Little Valley Brewery. AFP / OLI SCARFF
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Britain will extend the voter registration period for its June 23 referendum on EU membership by 48 hours after a late surge in applications crashed a key website shortly before the Tuesday night deadline. More than a million potential voters applied to register online over the last week, half of them on the final day, the government said, with a peak of more than 200,000 per hour ahead of the previous deadline of midnight (2300 GMT) Tuesday.Turnout is expected to be important in determining the outcome of the close-fought referendum, with young people considered to be more pro-EU but also less likely to vote. Matt Hancock, a minister in the government department responsible for registration, said Wednesday the government would legislate to extend the deadline.
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