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With just over a week left in the countdown to the June 23, 2016 vote, Prime Minister Theresa May’s central campaign promise to leave the EU is the subject of intense political and popular debate.
A record 45 million people are registered to vote and polls over the last few weeks have shown a close race with Leave either narrowly leading or in a statistical dead heat.
In a televised statement on Tuesday, May said she was working to address the “unprecedented issues” facing the country, adding she would publish the final campaign statement on Thursday.
“I think the final vote will be tight,” she told reporters, adding that the vote would be on “issues” and not personalities, as Leave had attempted to pin the blame for the referendum result on her.
“We will vote to seek an outcome that works for our country and I will act in the national interest,” May said.
“We must come together to deliver on the referendum decision,” she said, just days after the Czech Republic voted to reject membership of the EU in a referendum that has divided the bloc and also strained its relationship with the United States.
Tightening the campaign to an all-or-nothing vote, the government has pledged to trigger Article 50 of the EU treaty, starting a two-year process of leaving, unless there is clear evidence that the result will be to remain in the EU.
The government is considering holding a vote after the speech as one option, although May could face a no confidence vote from her own Conservative Party if the election results in a large Leave victory.
A no-confidence vote would be the first in British politics since 1985, when Margaret Thatcher was ousted as prime minister.
An opinion poll published on Tuesday by ComRes said Leave had the support of 44 percent of voters, compared with 43 percent who backed Remain