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Buzz442 11:46 Wed Jun 1
Brexit - The Movie
Apologies if done already.

The attached video makes a very good case for coming out of the EU, very interesting, certainly made me think:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYqzcqDtL3k

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Sussex_IRONS 3:43 Fri Jun 3
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WHOicidal Maniac
"Did you watch Cameron last night?

He answered that very point.

The position that Britain is in now, the relationship and concessions we have now put us in a very commanding position."

Sarcasm?

Travelling Iron 3:40 Fri Jun 3
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Not if you want a Free trade agreement with the EU.

Eerie Descent 3:27 Fri Jun 3
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Travelling Iron 2:50 Fri Jun 3

So what you're saying is, if we come out of Europe, we will have absolutely no control over our own borders?

Good one.

BRANDED 3:05 Fri Jun 3
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6a_weyzkY4

this is better

boltkunt 3:01 Fri Jun 3
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I've yet to see any benefit in staying in an economy that is shrinking but the year.

Travelling Iron 2:50 Fri Jun 3
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Eerie, it's not their decision it's part of the deal to get Free trade, so it's not the fucking point.

harold 2:25 Fri Jun 3
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Something akin to a Common Market.

harold 2:21 Fri Jun 3
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The EU would have to be a completely different beast for me to even consider changing my mind.

harold 2:17 Fri Jun 3
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cholo,
If he did, then itt would show how desperate he is, and no, it wouldn't change my mind.

cholo 2:11 Fri Jun 3
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If Cameron stonewall guarantees it beyond any doubt would it change your mind?

harold 1:57 Fri Jun 3
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Well, he would say that, otherwise he would look an idiot, and a hypocrite.

Don Ravioli 1:56 Fri Jun 3
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The thing is, do you believe him???

WHOicidal Maniac 1:51 Fri Jun 3
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Southwoodford.


Did you watch Cameron last night?

He answered that very point. The position that Britain is in now, the relationship and concessions we have now put us in a very commanding position.

He also said that he would vote to enter the EU now but only under the same conditions that we have now.

southwoodford 1:40 Fri Jun 3
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All I've heard from the remain side is that the world as we know will end if we leave. No one seems to be asking the question; If we were voting to join the EU today, what do they have to offer that we can't provide ourselves?
The more shrill the remain camp becomes, the more I am convinced that we are better off out. I am the last person to normally question the natural order of things but for the first time I am suddenly aware that we are all being played by the political and business establishment. Predictions of recession, war, social collapse and all the rest are simply laughable.

Bullet 12:41 Fri Jun 3
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Norway and Switzerland may allow EU workers in because they find it difficult to attract people to go there although they are very nice wealthy countries.

Most countries want to attract those young employees who are single or young couples without family and able to travel abroad to work and many of these would find those countries boring as hell. Those young couples who go with the intention of setting up a new life and starting a family will find both have very cold climates not ideal for raising young children outdoors for a start, skiing apart.

London, Paris, Barcelona, Rome on the other hand having so much to offer probably don't have to do too much to attract these people, therefore can afford to be more choosy. Yes the UK needs surgeons, nurses, teachers and more qualified experienced bricklayers, but do we really need a wave of unskilled building or other labourers, cleaners and taxi drivers when we have 1.69 million officially unemployed and actively looking for work?

A points system similar to the Australian system has been advocated to provide the UK with controlled rather than uncontrolled immigration and although no system is perfect their system with controls seems to work much better for them than our current system of an open door free for all policy.

Northern Sold 12:14 Fri Jun 3
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Nope it never changed my mind... postal vote already sent off

Eerie Descent 11:48 Fri Jun 3
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Travelling Iron 9:02 Fri Jun 3

Yes, and that's THEIR decision.

Which is the fucking point.

WHOicidal Maniac 11:25 Fri Jun 3
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cholo 11:20 Fri Jun 3
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So what swung it for you?

cholo 11:20 Fri Jun 3
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Reply WHOicidal Maniac 11:11 Fri Jun 3


Me, I was 60/40 in favour of in, now it's 90/10. The thought of the likes of Boris and his mates being able to chip away and eventually deconstruct all the workers rights we have gained due to the e.u puts me right off I must say.

WHOicidal Maniac 11:13 Fri Jun 3
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Don Ravioli 11:12 Fri Jun 3
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Thats exactly what Cameron got for us in the last amendment.

If you come here you have a limited period to get a job and you cant claim benefits for four years.

Don Ravioli 11:12 Fri Jun 3
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Surely if we went down the Norway, Switzerland route we could accept the free movement but not provide benefits or any housing ie sort yourself out if you want to live here. That would take a lot of the incentive to move here away.

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