Brexit’s a hot topic. The people of the UK have voted to quit from the EU, a decision to change the lives of the people and the nation for good. The debate continues. Check out this post and let’s compare side-by-side.
Cost of EU membership
- Leave: £350M every week or nearly £20BN every year
- Remain: Net cost is £120M a week
Trade within EU
- Leave: Exports to the EU fell from 54% in 2006 to 44% today
- Remain: The EU is the UK’s biggest trading partner- 44% of exports
- Leave: Since 1993, 64.7% of the UK law was EU-influenced. EU regulations accounted for 59.3% of all UK law
- Remain: 13% of UK laws since 1993 have been made to implement our EU obligations.
Business Support for Brexit
- Leave: The business groups’ surveys and small is nearly 50:50
- Remain: Businesses, including small businesses believe that the UK is better off within the UK
- Leave: Extra 3.3m immigrants will arrive in Britain by 2030 if we stay in the EU.
- Remain: Net international migration to the UK falls from 329,000 per year in 2014 towards 185,000 per year by 2021.
- Leave: After leave ‘decision’ and decision to conclude a free trade agreement, farm incomes actually increase
- Remain: Elimination of direct subsidies would result in an average of drop in income of £13,000 and £28, 0000 per farm.
Hot Brexit Tweets
I now dare to dream that the dawn is coming up on an independent United Kingdom.
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) June 24, 2016
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) July 1, 2016
— Manfred Weber (@ManfredWeber) June 24, 2016
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