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  • BBC announces coverage for the EU Referendum later this month.

    On the 23rd June, the British public head to the polls to vote on the UK's membership of the European Union.

    The BBC will broadcast results and the aftermath of voting after polls close on Thursday 23rd.

    David Dimbleby will be joined by Emily Maitlis, Kamal Ahmed, Laura Kuenssburg and Jeremy Vine to present overnight coverage of counting results. Coverage begins 9:55pm on 23rd June on BBC One and all through the night to 9am. BBC Breakfast is cancelled for Friday morning 24th.

    Afterwards from 9am also on BBC One, on Friday, Sophie Raworth is joined by Victoria Derbyshire and Andrew Neil through to the One O'clock news.

    Coverage moves over to BBC Two afterwards, starting after the News at One finishes at 1:45pm. Huw Edwards presents until 3pm on BBC Two and 6pm on the BBC News channel.

    Then after the News at Six a BBC News special begins from 6:45pm to the News at Ten on the BBC News Channel where the presenters are yet to be confirmed.


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