Once the campaign is over, it will be clear that this was a trailer for the blockbuster show that follows.
If Britain votes to leave the EU, we are entering uncharted territory. Here's how Brexit could go.
Find out when the EU referendum results will be announced - from the first counts to the final declaration.
Follow the Brexit results live on the New Statesman liveblog, or on TV or radio.
In Scotland and Northern Ireland, it was economic self-interest and inherent caution that ultimately trumped nationalism. Will England do the same?
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The latest polls appear to show movement to Remain, but the picture is complex.
Your hour-by-hour guide.
A new IpsosMori survey explains what's going on - and offers hope to both sides.
Bad polls aside, Leave's chances may be worse than they appear.
Either you accept the costs of Brexit and absolute border control or you find a way to win support for immigration. It's not hard.
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