THE Prime Minister has set June 23 as the day of the EU referendum - but thousands may well not be in the mood for voting, as the dates clashes with both Glastonbury music festival and Euro 2016 games.

Masses of England, Wales and Northern Ireland football fans could still be in France if their teams make it through the group stages of the Euro 2016 football tournament.

England and Wales, who are both in group B, are due to finish their group matches by June 20, and could still be there by the end of the week if they make it through to the last 16.

Northern Ireland are set to have their last match in group C on June 21, and will remain in France should they make it through, with the first of the knockout stage matches scheduled for June 25.

Meanwhile, Glastonbury music festival will be into its second day by the date of the referendum, and the prospect of revellers casting their votes on the sprawling campsite has already been ruled out.

A petition to host a polling station at the festival was drawn up on the Parliament.UK website earlier this month, but rejected as polling stations are not the responsibility of the Government or Parliament.