Believe it or not, now pigs to predict Britain's EU referendum vote

According to a media report, the pigs of Pennywell Farm in Devon had successfully predicted the outcome of Britain's national election last year.

Believe it or not, now pigs to predict Britain's EU referendum vote

London: An English farmer plans to organise pig races in the run-up to Britain's EU referendum vote which he hopes will be able to predict the final outcome.

Britain will vote in a looming referendum on whether to stay in the European Union or leave.

According to a media report, the pigs of Pennywell Farm in Devon had successfully predicted the outcome of Britain's national election last year.

And they will again fight it out on the track to determine whether the "Remain" or the "Leave" sides win.

For the "Remain" camp are 'David Hameron' and 'George Hogsborne' and for the "Leave" camp the racers are 'Boar-is Johnson' and 'Iain Duncan Sniff'.

The pig farm's first "referendum race" kicked off last Monday.

The “Remain” camp won the race.

The Global Times reported that the farm will conduct these races daily up until the vote.

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