Asvotes in the key referendum on whether or not must be a part of the European Union, polls indicate a contest ‘too close to call’.
Meanwhile, UKseem to have made their positions clear.
The Independent even wrote on how the media in UK was favouring Brexit. The publication quoted a study by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, which analysed 928 articles. From these, 45% were in favour of leaving, while 27% were in favour of staying. Around 19% of the remaining articles were ‘mixed or undecided’, while 9% had no position on the issue.
The Sun had already come out in support of leaving the Union. The Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid, with a front page cover titled ‘BeLEAVE in Britain, it said that the nation ‘must exit to prevent from being engulfed by the German-dominated federal state.’