In June, the British people will vote on whether to leave the European Union. It's an international issue that's inflamed personal conflict between two of the country's leading politicians.
The date has been set for a vote that could make history for the European Union. The British people will vote on whether to leave the European Union. Prime Minister David Cameron says it should stay. The Lord Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, says it's time to go. Michael Goldfgarb, former London correspondent for NPR, is now a contributor to Politico Europe.