Millions of Britons are voting today to decide whether to stay or leave the European Union and all the polls in the run up to today's vote have been too close to call. It really could go either way, with 10 to 11 per cent of undecided voters holding the key. It has been a bitter campaign, one which has divided British politics, seen the death of a British MP and created fissures in British society. Those leading the stay campaign are PM David Cameron who has warned of economic catastrophe if Britain leaves. Those who want to leave, like Mr Cameron's party rival Boris Johnson, say this is just scaremongering. How will a British exit or Brexit impact the UK, Europe and India? We debate on Left, Right and Centre.