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Albertoo

(2,016 posts)
19. The EU had zero impact on immigration, as can easily be proven
Wed Jun 22, 2016, 11:24 PM
Jun 2016

And the EU countries from which immigrants do come (Ireland, Poland) ALREADY were the two top countries of immigration into the UK BEFORE the EU.




If Britain leaves the EU [View all] RB TexLa Jun 2016 OP
Britain is one of our deepest, closest allies metroins Jun 2016 #1
I disagree. They have a trade deal with the US right now through the EU. RB TexLa Jun 2016 #3
We can always negotiate another metroins Jun 2016 #5
I do not think we should. They want to contribute to a non-unified Europe, they can pay the price RB TexLa Jun 2016 #7
This would only hurt us metroins Jun 2016 #8
That's like saying a friendship is beneficial only because of how old it is. We will survive a RB TexLa Jun 2016 #9
5th largest gdp metroins Jun 2016 #10
Yes, but why do we want to Travis_0004 Jun 2016 #12
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Do you have any data backing this assertion? Albertoo Jun 2016 #14
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The EU had zero impact on immigration, as can easily be proven Albertoo Jun 2016 #19
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The figure for Pakistan shows your link immigration/EU is wrong Albertoo Jun 2016 #22
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Since entry in the EU, the share of European immigration in the UK DECLINED Albertoo Jun 2016 #27
"As of 2014, 790,000 people born in Poland were estimated to be resident in the UK" uppityperson Jun 2016 #23
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UK voters chose entry in the EU which stated ever closer union in its constitution preamble Albertoo Jun 2016 #28
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Why are you so personally invested? uppityperson Jun 2016 #30
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Are you out of your trees? Corporate666 Jun 2016 #34
I don't quite get.. sendero Jun 2016 #42
Well said Corporate666 Jun 2016 #48
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What is the existing trade agreement between the US and the EU? TTIP is under negotiation but pampango Jun 2016 #38
Agree completely Glorfindel Jun 2016 #4
EU is corporate run to slash wages and benefits by inducing emigration/immigration nt msongs Jun 2016 #2
What they are doing is stupid and dangerous. Meldread Jun 2016 #16
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If the EU breaks apart, Europe as we know it begins to collapse. Meldread Jun 2016 #20
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Why should countries remain together if they don't want to? Corporate666 Jun 2016 #35
My response. Meldread Jun 2016 #37
So you're in favor of Corporate666 Jun 2016 #47
Less or more favorable for us or them? Recursion Jun 2016 #17
The EU has been shooting themselves for awhile davidn3600 Jun 2016 #32
history nationalize the fed Jun 2016 #33
After bailing their asses out of two world wars, tirebiter Jun 2016 #36
Hmm let's see whatthehey Jun 2016 #44
The US 'should' treat them the same but the UK will find that their negotiating clout is diminshed pampango Jun 2016 #39
So we're actually discussing how to punish the UK for leaving the EU??? ileus Jun 2016 #40
"Do nothing" sounds good. Why must we react at all? nt bemildred Jun 2016 #41
When two good friends divorce I don't see it as my role to take sides or punish one Lee-Lee Jun 2016 #43
One little wrinkle whatthehey Jun 2016 #45
So let me get this straight. You will not trade with a country that votes to leave the EU but Bluenorthwest Jun 2016 #46
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