Only those registered on the electoral roll to take part in general elections will be allowed to vote – ruling out under 18s and many EU migrants living in Britain.
The Obstacles: Attempts will be made in the Lords to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to take part – a move the Tory high command is determined to resist.
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In the end, 45 per cent of people voted Yes, a much closer result than expected when the referendum was agreed.
Stuart Coster, co-founder of the People's Pledge which campaigned for an EU referendum, also argued that those precedent in previous votes was that 'the change option, in this case leaving the EU, should invite a 'yes' response'.
The European Union Referendum Bill makes clear that those able to take part in the vote will be the same as a general election, plus members of the House of Lords and Commonwealth citizens in Gibraltar.
But the Prime Minister has long opposed lowering the voting age to 16.
SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson demanded every country have a say on leaving the EU, warning 'Scotland could be dragged out against our will'.
Acting Labour leader Harriet Harman confirmed her party had dropped its opposition to the referendum taking place Mr Cameron has promised to put the question to the electorate by the end of 2017, but it could happen as early as 2016.Ukip leader Nigel Farage questioned why the wording meant the campaign for change would be pushing a 'No' message, in contrast to last year's Scottish referendum when the 'No' campaign was arguing to maintain the status quo.The Yes campaign was able to build a more positive case, while accusing the No side of being negative.The Aim: Sweeping new electronic surveillance powers for the police and security services, including to monitor use of social media sites .MI5 and GCHQ would be able to break so-called encrypted social apps – increasingly used by Islamic State and other jihadis.Negotiations with the other 27 member states are bound to be fraught and complex and are only now beginning in earnest.