CNBC: Brexit or Bremain? Celebrities weigh in
In the run-up to June 23, a whole host of organizations, politicians and business leaders have given us their opinions on whether the U.K. should vote to stay or leave the European Union.
But what do the celebrities and cultural icons think? Leading names from the film, music, sports and literature space have come forward in the past few weeks and months, to give us their input.
CNBC looks at just a handful of stars who've made their case on the U.K.'s EU membership.
Read the full article here.
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