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Mayor of London Boris Johnson announces that he will be backing the 'Leave EU' campaign whilst speaking to the press outside his London home on February 21, 2016 in London, England. Mr Johnson announced his intentions for the EU referendum and to which campaign he will lend his support.  (Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
Mayor of London Boris Johnson announces that he will be backing the 'Leave EU' campaign whilst speaking to the press outside his London home on February 21, 2016 in London, England. Mr Johnson announced his intentions for the EU referendum and to which campaign he will lend his support. (Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
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Note: This BBC interview can be heard in the Here & Now podcast or with the WBUR app.

British voters head to the polls in just four weeks to decide whether they should stay in the European Union or leave it. Prime Minister David Cameron has been actively campaigning for votes to stay in the EU. Former London Mayor Boris Johnson, who's now a member of Parliament, has been one of the leading voices on the other side.

We get an update on the campaign for and against ahead of the June 23 vote from the BBC's Rob Watson in London.

Guest

  • Rob Watson, UK political correspondent for the BBC. He tweets @robwatsonbbc.

This segment aired on May 30, 2016.

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