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How many EXITS will it take to a World Financial Collape? Empty How many EXITS will it take to a World Financial Collape?

Sun Feb 28, 2016 11:02 pm
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There is a threat getting stronger and stronger that one by one there will be many EXITS from the EU.

BRI-XIT - Britain
NE-XIT - Netherlands
AU-XIT - Australia
FI-XIT - Finland
CZE-XIT - Czechoslovakia
DE-XIT - Denmark
CH-XIT - Switzerland
FR-XIT - France

The end is neigh!


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The pros and cons of leaving the EU

Trade:
One of the biggest advantages of the EU is free trade between member nations, making it easier and cheaper for British companies to export their goods to Europe. Some business leaders think the boost to income outweighs the billions of pounds in membership fees Britain would save if it left the EU. The UK also risks losing some of its negotiation power internationally by leaving the trading bloc, but it would be free to establish trade agreements with non-EU countries.

Investment:
The general view is that inward investment could slow in the lead up to the vote due to the uncertainty of the outcome and its consequences, following the precedent set ahead of the Scottish independence referendum in 2014. Longer term, there are diverging views: pro-Europeans reckon the UK's status as one of the world's biggest financial centres will come under threat if it is no longer seen as a gateway to the EU for the likes of US banks, while Brexit campaigners argue London's unique appeal will not be diminished

Jobs:
Free movement of people across the EU opens up job opportunities for UK workers willing to travel and makes it relatively easy for UK companies to employ workers from other EU countries. Ukip says this prevents the UK "managing its own borders". But, writing for the LSE, Professor Adrian Favell says limiting this freedom would deter the "brightest and the best" of the continent from coming to Britain, create complex new immigration controls and reduce the pool of candidates employers can choose from

Regulations:
Eurosceptics argue that the vast majority of small and medium sized firms do not trade with the EU but are restricted by a huge regulatory burden imposed from abroad. However, others warn that millions of jobs could be lost if global manufacturers, such as car makers, move to lower-cost EU countries, while British farmers would lose billions in EU subsidies

Influence:
Britain may lose some of its military influence – many believe that America would consider Britain to be a less useful ally if it was detached from Europe

Security:
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, who has come out in favour of Brexit, believes we are leaving the "door open" to terrorist attacks by remaining in the European Union. "This open border does not allow us to check and control people," he says.

However, a dozen senior military figures, including former chiefs of defence staff Lord Bramall and Jock Stirrup, say the opposite. In a letter released by No 10, they argue that the EU is an "increasingly important pillar of our security", especially at a time of instability in the Middle East and in the face of "resurgent Russian
nationalism and aggression".

Source:TheWeek.co.uk
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if Britain's vote to leave from EU then they dig own grave. their jobs are well protected because of EU rules and regulations.
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Rana wrote:if Britain's vote to leave from EU  then they dig own grave.  their jobs are well protected because of  EU rules and regulations.


Yes, agree with you.

We need a policy of live and let live!
There are shared values, materials and services from each these countries and coordinating them successfully calls for collaboration, unity, interpersonal relationships and trust.

If each country only has 'taking ways' then it will never work.
The whole fear factor I feel is the exodus of refugees from Syrua, Afganistan, Lebanon and other war torn countries in the Middle East / region.

They are so paranoid that they may ask their mothers to accompany them to their own toilets!
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