How Would a “Brexit” Affect the U.K. Economy?



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  1. Skipsart says:

    That’s all fine and dandy, but Britain needs to stop sliding into Sharia law and close their boarders or it’s all a moot point, as Islam will take the country in a couple of generations.

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  2. Philip Bargioni says:

    Many British people are very unhappy about their relationship with the EU, and they see many decisions made by France and Germany are cutting Britain out of the decision making process. This loss of UK sovereignty has come to a breaking point, and most people do not want to continue down the same road anymore. Being part of the EU is very expensive with very little positive return.

    Scotland is another issue which is more to do with the political pull between having a free enterprise economy and a planned socialist economy. If there was another referendum in the future I do not believe that Scotland would leave the UK, because they would lose their ability to access the UK Treasury.

    Having been born and bred in London I have a vested interest in what happens to the UK, and I want the UK to leave the EU ASAP.

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  3. Tony says:

    Lets face it; Britain built it’s empire itself without countries of the EU. Sure, the world has changed, but the U.K. has never really been happy with its role in the EU. I see no reason why Britain cannot be greater still on its own. The saving of the costs for belonging in the EU could be better used in the promotion and betterment of the British people in general.

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  4. Derrell says:

    Nothing would make me happier than a Nationalist move on Britain’s part. I see a lot of cracks in the EU – of their own Socialist making – that, once again, underscores the TRUTH about Socialism – it doesn’t work and cannot continue without OTHER PEOPLES MONEY!!

    I would honor a Sovereign Great Britain again!

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