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Auto industry cautious on potential ‘Brexit’ implications

Players from across the automotive spectrum share their views on the implications of a UK withdrawal from the European Union. By Megan Lampinen, Michael Nash, Freddie Holmes and Xavier Boucherat

On 23 June 2016, the UK government will hold a referendum to gauge support for continued membership of the European Union (EU). The last such referendum was held in 1975, with 67% of voters approving membership. Since then, EU membership has become an increasingly divisive topic. Those in favour of an exit bemoan a loss of sovereignty, and argue that the UK would be better able to control its own borders and negotiate trade deals outside of the EU.

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