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Do you think the uk should stay or exit the Eroupean union? Some argued that there's too much immigrants, restrictions on laws and product standards, but surely, there're benefits, for instance , tariff free trade.
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Personally, in for me. :yep:
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I feel bad because I am not too aware, I see a lot of people saying pro-EU is the right choice but then my family are anti-EU. So I am not too sure, I just feel so detached from the situation, I can't see how it matters to me.
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Shake it all about.
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Shake it all about.
I knew this was coming :rofl:
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In all the way xd
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Do you think the uk should stay or exit the Eroupean union? Some argued that there's too much immigrants, restrictions on laws and product standards, but surely, there're benefits, for instance , tariff free trade.
The UK enjoys tariff free trade with lots of countries that aren't in Europe. And the EU, for it's part, has dozens of free trade agreements and imports 1.6 trillion dollars worth of goods from countries that are not in the EU. (Biggest importers are the US, China, Russia)

This idea that upon leaving the EU trade with the EU will be decimated and so bound up with tariffs is nonsense. Just more scaremongering.
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I knew this was coming :rofl:
It had to be said!
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out like elton john.
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If you care about protecting our most vulnerable and wouldn't mind owning a house one day then the only choice is out.
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If you care about protecting our most vulnerable and wouldn't mind owning a house one day then the only choice is out.
Do you really think the current government would care any more about the most vulnerable if we were out of the EU?

Why would leaving the EU lower house prices? The government has no intention of building a meaningful number of houses during this parliament and it's in their interest for prices to stay as high as possible for as long as possible at the current time.
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Out! We can always go back in if things go wrong 😉


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Do you really think the current government would care any more about the most vulnerable if we were out of the EU?

Why would leaving the EU lower house prices? The government has no intention of building a meaningful number of houses during this parliament and it's in their interest for prices to stay as high as possible for as long as possible at the current time.
This is the only vote we'll ever get on it this, it is about the needs of the next 100 years not our narrow little bubble of till 2020.
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If you care about protecting our most vulnerable and wouldn't mind owning a house one day then the only choice is out.
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?
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