Brexit: in or out

The UK will hold a referendum on June 23 to decide if it will stay in or leave the European Union and this series analyses whether UK should stay in Europe or not

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Three very different outcomes of a British vote to leave the EU

There is a clear split over how a vote to leave would shape the capital’s future as a financial centre

Sectors such as foreign exchange trading have boomed during EU years

The long-running debate over the economic benefits of membership remains unresolved

Without Britain, countries such as Denmark will find it harder to keep voters on the EU path

Scottish Nationalists say an EU exit would make it more difficult to break with rest of UK

Immigration lies at the heart of the referendum battle