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    For the referendum should we stay in the EU or leave? What are the benefits and losses of both? Thanks!

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    (Original post by Bonnie 99)
    For the referendum should we stay in the EU or leave? What are the benefits and losses of both? Thanks!

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    The UK is better off out of the EU.

    Some arguments from the leave side:
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    Why we should leave: The top ten reasons we would be BETTER OFF OUT…

    1. Freedom to make stronger trade deals with other nations.
    2. Freedom to spend UK resources presently through EU membership in the UK to the advantage of our citizens.
    3. Freedom to control our national borders.
    4. Freedom to restore Britain’s special legal system.
    5. Freedom to deregulate the EU’s costly mass of laws.
    6. Freedom to make major savings for British consumers.
    7. Freedom to improve the British economy and generate more jobs.
    8. Freedom to regenerate Britain’s fisheries.
    9. Freedom to save the NHS from EU threats to undermine it by harmonising healthcare across the EU, and to reduce welfare payments to non-UK EU citizens.
    10. Freedom to restore British customs and traditions.
    http://www.betteroffout.net/the-case...etter-off-out/

    Facts from the leave campaign:
    http://www.leave.eu/en/the-facts

    http://europe.newsweek.com/leave-rem...s-443642?rm=eu

    I can add my own post regarding security and the recent deal with Turkey:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...9#post63885229

    The loses from leaving are that the UK may need to redo some trade deals and other arrangements that currently function through the EU. But with freedom comes responsibility so this is a natural step to me.
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    I agree with this all the way.
 
 
 
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