- Britain votes on Thursday
- It has implications for the US economy, security, trade
(CNN)Brexit refers to the referendum the U.K. holds on Thursday to determine whether the country will remain in the 28-member European Union. The British debate has largely revolved around economics, sovereignty, immigration and national identity. As the battle rages and polls show the outcome too close to call, here is a look at what it could mean for the U.S. if the U.K. votes to exit the EU:
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