Britain and Brixit: It will be up to British voters on June 23 to decide whether the country stays in the European Union, but international bodies and foreign leaders have joined the debate, mostly to urge the country not to the leave the bloc. Below is a summary of comments ranging from institutions such as the International Monetary Fund to China's premier.
Image Caption: Nigel Webber (2nd R) speaks in favour of leaving the EU at a Brexit debate called "The Morning After the Vote", hosted by Thomson Reuters at Clifford Chance, in London, Britain, April 25, 2016. MP Craig Mackinlay (L) and Michael Rake (2nd L) were also panel members and was mediated by Reuters Editor-at-Large, Axel Threlfall. (Reuters)