By Vicky Anscombe on 31 May 2016

On June 23, Britain will vote to decide whether or not we stay in the EU. 

It's been a hotly-contested debate so far, with both parties claiming they know what's best for our economy, our jobs, our savings, and our laws.

We decided to wade into the debate, and take a look at how leaving the European Union could affect travel as we know it.

From our spending money and roaming costs to our safety abroad and the cost of flights, here's what both sides are saying could happen if we remain in the EU - or if we choose to go solo.

Please note: You're very welcome to use this infographic, but if you could credit us wherever you use it, that would be hugely appreciated. 

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