At this time over 300,000 overseas Britons have registered to vote in the Referendum on June 23rd, a ten-fold increase from the years prior to 2015.
Brian Cave from Votes for Expat Brits in France estimates that had those living overseas for 15 years or more been allowed to register, this figure would have exceeded 600,000.
This summary is further reading for those that remain baffled or simply undecided about the UK's role in or out of Europe.
Many of the politicians involved seem to have relied on xenophobic jingoism so far and the presence of business leaders marks a first as in general elections that have enough sense to remain non-committal.
This 'family and friends' summary should give rise to thought and contemplation for the horses of 'undecided'.
CLICK HERE to read.