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Should we leave the single market (Brexiters only)?

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    Should we leave the single market and leave freedom of movement? Or should we go for a soft Brexit?
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    (Original post by biglad2k16)
    Should we leave the single market and leave freedom of movement? Or should we go for a soft Brexit?
    We should remove all ties from the European Wreck.
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    We should leave the single market. It's common sense really. We'd have to accept regulations and freedom of movement - both of which were deciding factors contributing to the vote.
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    yes
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    If it means being free of the European Court of Justice then yes, we should leave the single market. If the UK is to thrive, it must have unrestrained liberty.
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    I would opine that voting Leave was about, immigration and race aside, avoiding a Federal Europe by the back door.

    The Single Market is a hallmark of the political union, so will be exited. The Council will insist on the UK leaving the single market. Mostly because we can't have our own trade deals with other nations and trade with one bloc that is limited to forming its own general trade deals worldwide.

    If we don't leave it we will be pushed and that is likely to be no bad thing.
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    Yes, leave the single market.
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    Yes. It's the only option since the EU clearly isn't going to negotiate on freedom of movement.

    I wish May would stop banging on about how "negotiations" will start in March because the French and German politicians have made it quite clear there's nothing to negotiate. May as well leave now and skip the 2 year wait so we can get on with trade deals.
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    Soft Brexit.

    Leaving the single market would be at the detriment to the economy, which benefits from single market regulations and standards.

    Free movement of people also benefits the economy and the individual.
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    Yes we should leave the single market


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    (Original post by SHallowvale)
    Soft Brexit.

    Leaving the single market would be at the detriment to the economy, which benefits from single market regulations and standards.

    Free movement of people also benefits the economy and the individual.
    Someone didn't read the title


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