The Brexit referendum is happening again
Chance to relive the joy or the misery as BBC treats the nation to an entire re-run of the Brexit referendum results programme
If there's anyone left in the country who hasn't had enough of Brexit you're in luck. The BBC is to screen its Brexit referendum coverage in full to mark two years since the historic vote to leave the EU.
On the Saturday after the longest day anyone who doesn't like daylight or isn't watching the World Cup can tune in to BBC Parliament for 11 hours of uninterrupted coverage and re-live how the night played out back in 2016.
Starting with Nigel Farage's premature concession and right through to David Cameron's resignation viewers will be guided by David Dimbleby, Laura Kuenssberg and Jeremy Vine as history unfolded.
The programme will go out on Saturday June 23 starting at 9.55am.
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