EU referendum

The news is that on the 23rd June, the UK will have a referendum on whether or not to stay in the EU, I don’t think I have ever been split so much on a government issue then whether or not to stay in the EU.

However I am going to do a stack load of research, because it is important we all vote of this, it is a historical change and while I am guessing those who say we need to leave and then get a deal more like Switzerland, its not going to happen, Switzerland have been their from the beggining and were smart to start off with.

This who say we need to stay are going to sprout off how people may lose their jobs, we don’t know the implications of leaving. Well we don’t know the implications of staying either. The fact that the conservatives are split down the middle does not make me feel confidence of either descision

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22 Responses to EU referendum

  1. BunKaryudo says:

    It’s a big issue, because unlike an election, it’s a vote where any decision is very likely to be final. I don’t think you can do any more than read up what you can about the issue and try to make an informed decision about it. I wish everybody in democracies took their vote as seriously.

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  2. The ramifications are huge either way

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  3. ANM7 says:

    You are intelligent, no question about it, judging from your communiques and reblogs. Interesting post.
    Here’s me as pest again (because you show interest in some things I have a burden for) I want to drop this off, hope you get a chance to peruse it. And if you think it will help, feel free to reblog it.
    Thank you dear, sincerely; MAO

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  4. One thing for sure, this will strongly affect the expats that are living & working outside the UK. And I believe there are more UK expats than any other group in the world.
    I wish you all luck on this very tough decision. ๐Ÿ”ฎ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ‘
    Peace, love & the right to live in a country other than the one you were born in,

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