Referendum: The winners and losers from this battle of Britain

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WHOSE reputation has been enhanced by the EU referendum campaign which is finally set to conclude tonight four long – and bitter – months after David Cameron returned to London from Brussels with the terms of the renegotiation that he had secured?

Whose reputation has been left diminished by the mud-slinging and point-scoring which had brought politics into disrepute long before the Batley & Spen MP was shot and stabbed to death outside her constituency surgery in Birstall on Thursday of last week?

And who are the names to watch as the political parties come to terms with the result – and what this means for the country’s place in the world?

Here political editor James Reed, lobby correspondent Kate Proctor and comment editor Tom Richmond give their personal verdicts on the winners and losers.

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