Should they stay or should they go? For the first time, opinion polls show more Britons willing to opt out of the EU than stay in. Eurosceptics say a Brexit would save British taxpayers billions and improve the country's economy. Europhiles, meanwhile, argue that the economic uncertainty would cost the UK thousands, possibly millions, of jobs. Prime Minister David Cameron was re-elected with a promise to reform Britain’s position in the EU and put its membership to a public vote.
Our guests look at where the British political parties stand on the issue and whether anything has changed since Jeremy Corbyn took over as head of the Labour Party.
Programme presented by Eve Irvine
Produced by Isabelle Romero and Jean-Christophe Felt
British MEP, Scottish National Party
British MEP, European Conservatives and Reformists
British MEP, UKIP