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Tetra Strategy, political consultancy and public affairs service, look at the potential outcomes of the EU referendum and provide a report which looks at the possible political and economic consequences in the event of a Brexit vote.
The Final Countdown
After months of debate the EU referendum is finally in its closing stages. Regardless of the result, this is a momentous decision for a country not that well versed or comfortable in such a display of people power. The Electoral Commission reported yesterday than an unprecedented extra two million people registered to vote in the early parts of 2016 in order to take part in the referendum
It is going to be a nervous wait until the small hours of Friday morning to see how the UK has voted. Ballot papers are being counted overnight starting when polls shut at 10pm on Thursday. It is likely that results will start to trickle in shortly after midnight with the bulk of declarations between 3am and 5am.
So what should we look out for?
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