Two MPs Debate Brexit: Why Britian Should Stay Or Leave The EU10:51
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Pro-EU supporters hold placards and banners during a 'Yes to Europe' rally in London's Trafalgar square, ahead of Thursday's EU referendum, in central London on June 21, 2016. 
Prime Minister David Cameron pleaded with Britons Tuesday to think of their children and their economic well-being before voting to quit the EU, as polls showed a razor-tight race with less than 48 hours before the referendum.     (NIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP/Getty Images)
Pro-EU supporters hold placards and banners during a 'Yes to Europe' rally in London's Trafalgar square, ahead of Thursday's EU referendum, in central London on June 21, 2016. Prime Minister David Cameron pleaded with Britons Tuesday to think of their children and their economic well-being before voting to quit the EU, as polls showed a razor-tight race with less than 48 hours before the referendum. (NIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP/Getty Images)
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Tomorrow, Britain is holding a referendum on whether it should remain a member of the European Union. In April, Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson spoke with two Members of Parliament on both sides of the Brexit debate.

Chris Grayling, a member of the Conservative Party and the leader of the House of Commons, wants Britain to leave the EU. Mark Pritchard, also a member of the Conservative Party, wants Britain to remain.

Here & Now re-airs part of those conversations for a look at the arguments for and against Brexit.

Listen to the original interviews with Chris Grayling and Mark Pritchard we did in April 2016.

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Chris Grayling, member of Parliament and leader of the House of Commons. He tweets @commonsleader
Mark Pritchard, member of Parliament. He tweets at @MPritchardMP

This segment aired on June 22, 2016.

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