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Brexit

Discussion in 'Debates' started by CryogenicNewt05, Nov 25, 2018.

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Yea or Nay

  1. Yea (Yes)

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  2. Nay (No)

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  1. CryogenicNewt05

    CryogenicNewt05 Popular Meeper

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    Most of us know that the UK is leaving the European Union in March 2019. This decision is obviously better known as Brexit. There is a lot of controversy, such as while immigration will benefit, this will threaten educational schools, the economy, and much more. The Rupublic of Ireland will also have a negative impact, as it will ruin its economy and potentially Great Britain's. What do you think?
     
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  2. Marthacuddles

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    I think you meant Republic of Ireland. the economic impact will happen to the Republic of Ireland, not Northern Ireland :).
    this will therefore ruin ROI's economy and make it like Greece.
     
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  3. CryogenicNewt05

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    Yeah, I meant that. I'll edit it.

    Also, what happened to Greece?
     
  4. Kling

    Kling Break blocks not hearts Staff Member Super Mod

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    Greece became £200+ billion in debt.

    @GroovyGrevous can tell you all about what's happened to Greece.
     
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  5. Kling

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    On the matter though I support Brexit whole heartedly.
     
  6. Marthacuddles

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    while i'd whole heartedly be against brexit.
     
  7. MeepLord27

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    It's impossible for economists too measure the impact of "brexit" because nobody knows exactly what policies will be contained in "brexit". In my opinion "brexit good/bad" is a red herring topic that distracts from the more general topic of protectionist trade policies that are motivated by nationalism.
    Care to explain how immigration will benefit ?
     
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