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    If the referendum was tomorrow which way would you vote?
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    I don't know. It really depends on the deal offered to keep us in. I am happy with the freedom of travel and trade with the EU.

    Things I'd like rolled back?
    I want our civil and criminal law to be entirely based on acts passed in parliament, and criminal law to be enforced only by UK courts. I want no barriers to Commonwealth and US trade or immigration.
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    So has the panel changed its mind about this?

    Its getting closer. Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney has come out as pro-EU it seems..

    Carney, speaking in Oxford on Wednesday evening, said Britain was possibly “the leading beneficiary” of the EU’s single market, and that being in the bloc had been one of the drivers of its strong economic performance in the four decades since it first joined.

    “Overall EU membership has increased the openness of the UK economy, facilitating dynamism but also creating some monetary and financial stability challenges for the Bank of England to manage,” Carney said. “Thus far, we have been able to meet these challenges.”
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    Boris says leave. Carney's argument is invalid.
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    It's really about what comes next for the EU. If Britain wants economic sovereignty, then it should probably leave. That would leave Germany holding a very large bag of debt. The other option is that Britain stays, and becomes an active participant in carving up Southern Europe's economy.

    Option A looks better initially, but consider that carefully over another 50 year window. Having influence in the EU could mean that Britain is better able to protect it's trade, get paid back any monies owed, and drive economic development to it's own shores more easily.

    Or not. It's complex.


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    It would be nice not having to field project worth north of £1M to Europe but on the downside, we have very few homegrown companies left that that can handle projects of that size and still deliver on (or really close to) budget left. It's a double edged sword to be sure.
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    How will you vote Cake, Dr, Dougie and Cullion?
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    I'm going to be voting to say in unless better arguments are presented. I confess to a personal bias due to the massive cluster fuck this is going to cause Pan-European scientific collaboration & funding.
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    It's a tough vote. I'll need to source some real information, outside of the scaremongering, before I could cast a vote. My gut says to stay but I've yet to come up with a logical reason for this.
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    You sound like resolve
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