Viewers can watch live coverage of the Britain's European Union referendum and see if the Brexit goes through or whether voters will decide to remain in the union.
Voters will take to the polls across Britain to decide whether their nation will remain in the European Union or whether they will leave --- and option that has come to be known as Brexit, or Britain's exit. There has been a four-month campaign for the historic referendum, the first time in 40 years that British voters will have a voice in whether Britain remains in the European Union.
The vote is seen as a response to the rise of populism in Europe, and critics say it could lead to turmoil in the world's financial markets if the "Leave" option wins over. But proponents say it would take Britain out from under the thumb of the EU and allow the country to have its own control over things like immigration.
Those who want to watch coverage of Britain's European Union referendum can find live streaming video below.
Politicians supporting both options spent this week holding rallies and urging voters to pick their side. The biggest name in support of the option to remain in the European Union is Prime Minister David Cameron, who on Wednesday spoke at a rally in Birmingham.
"Quitting Europe is a risk to your family's future because a vote to leave on Thursday means there is no going back on Friday," Cameron said.
As the Guardian noted, the message was passionate but came off as stale.
"But the message was very familiar, almost entirely about the perceived threats to the economy and to security of Brexit," the report noted. "These are the issues on which Cameron believes remain will win, if they do."
Former London mayor Boris Johnson is one of the strongest voices pushing the "leave" option and has also been involved in rallies to drum up support for Brexit.