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When will we know the results of the EU referendum vote?

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So you've voted (or you're going to after work) and now you're sitting there crossing your fingers wondering if we'll still be in the EU tomorrow. So when will you be put out of your misery?

Well, no one really can say exactly. The count will begin in earnest as soon as polls close at 10pm in the 382 centres across the UK. The Electoral Commission estimates the final result will be announced at 'breakfast time' tomorrow. But it's thought that we should know by around 4am or as soon as either 'remain' or 'leave' pass the 50 percent mark. The final results will be announced by the chief counting officer at Manchester Town Hall.

So until then, just keep biting your nails, watching the results live on TV or going out to get drunk to try and forget about it. 

Here's everything else you need to know about voting

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