Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles as she meets people being helped by the Prince's Trust at the Prince's Trust Centre in Kennington, London, on March 8, 2016. / AFP / POOL / CHRIS JACKSON
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Buckingham Palace Wednesday dismissed as "spurious" a newspaper report that Queen Elizabeth backs a British exit from the European Union, saying the monarch remains politically neutral.Opinion polls show voters are divided over membership ahead of a June 23 referendum so even the perception that Elizabeth may favor an exit from the 28-member bloc could be damaging for the campaign to keep Britain in.Less than a week before the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, Elizabeth said she hoped Scots would think carefully about the future, a comment which was interpreted as giving support to those seeking to preserve the United Kingdom.
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