United Kingdom referendum june 23rd 2016 (YES= Remain:check: (48 percent…
United Kingdom referendum june 23rd 2016
NO= "Brexit" :red_cross:
52 percent votes
UE : Overbearing, costy and undemocratic.
control the borders and limit the immigration
the UK wouldn't be bound to the EU's laws
UK has a greater riksk of a terrorist attack while part in the EU
the 13.1 billion pounds spent for the EU would be saved and could help he british people
UK stronger and freed from European rules particularly on imports and exports.
keep the pound powerful against the euro
Supported by Marine Le Pen, Donald Trump, Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson
48 percent votes
Arguments against: the brexit
the economy would be 6/100 smallerif the UK leaves
prices will increase (travel, food, imports) if the UK leaves
the pound would be weak against the euro and the dollar if the UK leaves
820 200 jobs could be lost
british household would be worse by 4 300 pounds a year by 2030
would compromise th UK's ability to fight cross border crimes and terrorism
Withing the EU, Britain benefit from trade deals between the EU and other world powers.
Supported by European and powerful leaders : Barack Obama, François Hollande, Angela Merkel
''Should the UK remain a member of the EU or leave it ?''
Initiated by David Cameron the prime minister
he was for the remain because of the strenght of the EU.