- In the British Channel Islands are voting Thursday almost no one on EU membership. The islands are not part of the EU and officially not in the UK.
Only a limited number of residents that if voters registered in Britain, for example, by mail vote. Most of the 165 000 island residents hope that the British referendum of Thursday, no major changes entail, reported Wednesday's Financial Times.
The islands have enough agreements with the EU for their economy and for the relationship with London, it is important that the financial services sector is not as damaged by the Brexit. The Channel Islands are considered tax havens, and therefore their links with industry in London close.
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