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    (Original post by milomcc)
    Also, even the mention of the referendum has weakened the pound the lowest it has been recently.
    Caused by uncertainty rather than the actual impacts of a brexit.

    (Original post by RayApparently)
    I think the UK will manage economically wether we're in or out of the EU (that's not to say there are no economic challenges associated with either option but rather that we can overcome them). For me this seems more of a political/philosophical question than an economic one.
    Agree with this.

    (Original post by JordanL_)
    Protect the most vulnerable by cutting off our source of skilled workers? Or protect the most vulnerable by ruining our economy? Protect our most vulnerable by taking away the biggest source of science funding in the country? Protect our most vulnerable by damaging our economy?

    How exactly is leaving the EU going to protect anyone?
    Skilled workers would be able to get a visa, the argument of it ruining the economy is naive with a trade deal likely and even without economic effects wont be too great. This argument appears to have some merit but there are ways round it (Switzerland does fine). You said that twice.

    Several ways ranging from controlling immigration to allowing less regulation on small businesses.
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