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March/April – Referendum preparations
Secondary legislation was laid before Parliament to legislate for the referendum.
May/June – Referendum debates, deadlines and polling day
2 June – Prime Minister David Cameron will participate in a live interview followed by a Q&A session with the studio audience, Sky News.
3 June – Justice Secretary Michael Gove will participate in a live interview followed by a Q&A session with the studio audience, Sky News.
7 June – The deadline to register to vote in the referendum
7 June – UKIP leader Nigel Farage, followed by David Cameron will answer questions from a studio audience, ITV.
9 June – ITV plans to host a live debate with leading political figures from both sides of the debate. Guests are yet to be announced.
15 June – A special EU edition of Question Time where the Justice Secretary Michael Gove will make the case for leaving the EU to an audience in Nottingham, BBC One.
19 June – A special EU edition of Question Time where the Prime Minister David Cameron will make the case for remaining in the EU to an audience in Milton Keynes, BBC One.
21 June – A special EU debate, EU Referendum: The Great Debate, in Wembly, BBC One.
22 June – Jeremy Paxman will lead an EU referendum debate with an invited audience, Channel 4.
23 June – EU referendum polling day
24 June – The referendum result will be announced in Manchester.