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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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