The front page of the Sun daily newspaper with a headline urging readers to vote “Leave” in the June 23 EU referendum.
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With one day to go before Britain's June 23 referendum on European Union membership, all the country's newspapers have declared their position, hoping to influence voters as opinion polls paint a picture of an evenly split electorate.THE MAIL ON SUNDAY Britain's right-leaning Mail Sunday newspaper surprisingly endorsed the campaign to remain in the EU, saying Britain would be safer, freer and more prosperous in the bloc.THE OBSERVER The Observer newspaper, part of the left-leaning Guardian Media Group, urged its readers to vote to stay in the EU. The paper said the EU was not perfect, but that overall it had been a force for good.THE SUNDAY TIMES The newspaper urged its readers to vote to leave the EU as a way to press for deeper reform of the bloc, which might make it more acceptable for Britain to actually remain in after a second referendum.TELEGRAPH The conservative newspaper urged its readers to vote to leave, arguing that the EU belongs to the past and by leaving it Britain would be able to decide who should come to work in the country.
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