On June 23 (starting 20:00 BST), the UK public will go to the polls to make a momentous decision. The future of the European Union and the United Kingdom hang in the balance.
In a first-of-its-kind, live broadcast from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange and an exciting panel of special guests will discuss the Brexit referendum, its context and its repercussions over the course of six hours on the evening of this historic vote.
Tune in, to see the coverage of Brexit that you won't see on the BBC. - Starting time around the world: London: 20:00, Paris/ Berlin: 21:00, Athens: 22:00, New York: 15:00, Delhi: 24:00, Sydney: 05:00,
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