EU referendum (LIVE & UPDATED): Britain has begun voting to "remain" or "leave"
Voting and counting
Voters will be presented with one question: "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?"
They will have two possible answers: "Remain a member of the European Union" or "Leave the European Union".
There are a total of 46,499,537 registered voters, according to the latest figures from the Electoral Commission. This is more than in last year's general election when 46,354,197 people were registered.
Polls are open from 7:00 am to 10:pm (13:00 - 04:00 Thailand time) and counting begins as soon as the last votes are cast, with the result expected early on Friday morning.
There are no official exit polls because pollingexperts say the lack of recentcomparable votes in Britain could make the results less reliable.
There are 382 local counting areas which will all declare their results independentlythroughout the night.
The first two, Sunderland in northeast England and Wandsworth in London, are expected to declare at about 01:30 (07:30 Thailand time).
The first big wave of results is expected after 02:00 (08:00 Thailand time) Friday and another wave a couple of hours afterwards.
Turnout is likely to be announced earlier, which may give an indication of the result to come, with a high turnout expected to favour the "Remain" camp.
The final national result will be announced in Manchester Town Hall in northern England.
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