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BREXIT

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Lisa-Marie Bauwens

on 20 October 2015

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Transcript of BREXIT

GENERAL OVERVIEW
ECONOMIC DISADVANTAGES

Millions of jobs lost
SOCIAL DISADVANTAGES
Benefits of immigration
GENERAL OVERVIEW
ECONOMIC ADVANTAGES
More jobs in the UK
SOCIAL
ADVANTAGES
Full border control
TO LEAVE
OR NOT TO LEAVE?
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Should the UK leave the European Union?
BREXIT
THANK YOU!
Will the United Kingdom stay in the European Union?
REFERENDUM
1961 De Gaulle opposes British membership
BRITAIN IN THE EU
1973 UK enters EU
1975 First referendum
2015 Cameron promises new referendum
What is a referendum?
Who will be able to vote?
What will the question be?
When will the referendum happen?
WHY is a referendum being held?
What would the influence on the European Union be?
What do you think of the European Union in general?
Should it develop into a confederation?
UK's world influence
Amicable divorce is impossible
Free Trade Agreement could take years
Competitiveness of British business harmed
Companies in favour of staying
The Norwegian model
The Swiss model
The Turkish model
Free Trade Agreement
Clean break
Gain in GDP
Own decisions on trade
Reduction in GDP
Trade will be more difficult
Isolated state
Working in Europe
Steve Baker
Nigel Farage
Stuart Rose
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