Suddenly, Idea of Britain Leaving EU Is Looking Very Real 'Leave' camp is gaining in the polls before Brexit vote By John Johnson, Newser Staff Posted Jun 14, 2016 11:08 AM CDT 48 comments Comments A pro-Brexit campaigner hands out leaflets at Liverpool Street station in London. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein) (Newser) – In Britain these days, it's all about "Leave" vs. "Remain." Those are the two choices voters will have in a June 23 referendum on whether the UK should exit the European Union—or Brexit, as it's known in shorthand. Some coverage: Rupert Murdoch's Sun tabloid just came out in favor of leaving the EU, and it urges readers to vote for Brexit here. A political professor now puts the odds of leaving at 33%, up from 25% less than a month ago. Bloomberg assesses. Along those lines, a major bookmaker predicts the Leave camp will become the majority by this weekend, per Business Insider. Yes, the Leave camp has momentum, but the Financial Times explains why it's not time for David Cameron and the rest of the Remain backers to panic. The Telegraph looks at six factors, including the often-overlooked group of voters in Northern Ireland, most of whom seem to want to stay in the EU. Still, US markets are starting to get worried about the ramifications of a Leave vote winning, reports CNNMoney. Global markets, too, notes the Wall Street Journal. The New York Times covers the broad strokes of the opposing sides' views in a basic primer here. Another Times story looks at the huge ramifications for foreign workers in Britain if Brexit prevails.