Just a couple of corrections, the European Court of Human Rights has nothing to do with the EU. I don't think you travel aboard as when I return I queue for what seems like days to go though passport control. At present we are sending back Afghan children when they reach 18 years old and are also deporting other none EU residences after 3 years or when their visa expires even if they are married to an British person. My next door neighbour son married an American will working for British Aerospace in the states and after several years working there came back with her and his 2 daughters. After 3 years it was good bye times so they are back in the USA. The pound will stay the pound as no British political party would join the Euro, it would be political suicide. More EU countries are now looking at less integration instead of more, even Gremany. LSE trades in euro's.... hum more chance of it being dollars or yuan. Not one leader of a developed country wants us to leave the EU and all think we are better off staying in. Just image going to trade talks if we leave begging the USA, China, EU to be kind to us. EU migrants will only come here if they can get work. We are an ageing population and need more workers as we are now living longer. A quick solution would be to raise the retirement age to 75. Political suicide. If your going to debate use facts not fiction even if it is as you say just your opinion.
Guingette..First off Boris Johnson is the 8th. cousin of David Cameron who is the fifth cousin of the Queen who ,as you'll know, is descended from the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha family, a branch of the german House of Wettin. Her connection is through her great grandfather, Edward V11,son of Queen Victoria and the german Prince Albert whose father was Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Now called Windsor and re-named by Gorge V (in 1917) due to anti-german sentiment during WW1. Infact it's Mountbatten-Windsor and the Queen's husband,Prince Philip is descended from the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksberg.
The reason for Boris's Russian connection is his great grandfather, Ali Kemal, a Turk..married a Circassion slave (region in the Caucasus) from southern Russia…so Turkish and Russian. ancestry but born in New York..so american too. He has both British and american citizenship.
Educated at Eton/Oxford. So was Cameron.
Member of exclusive Oxford club. Bullingdon….so was Cameron.One can assume Cameron also indulged in the excessive drinking and antics. Allegations are ..from a fellow MP and former member..that he engaged in a lewd sexual act with a pig's head.
I mean..As you say of Boris...do we really want his type running the country .???..Seems so, as he's PM. Infact, his number two…George Osbourne was at Magdelen College,Oxford and also a Bullingdon club member. So,there you go.No accounting for taste,is there …lol.
I was once seen by an eye specialist at Worthing Hospital who was an Iraqi. Very good too but thought he ought to have been in his home country. For some reason eye people often seem to come from Middle East. Don't know why.
Again I have failed dismally to stay out of this debate:
Worzel, a viable concern regarding immigration. Although I think your number is too high. I don't think any new countries should or will be granted access to the EU in the near future, because of the political trend and the fact that the entire geographical region is now encompassed. Turkey is not European, and should not be granted access.
My enormous issue is that we will not retain access to the single market without a trade off, this will have to be in the form of freedom of movement, although the current reforms in place will at least prevent additional burden on welfare payouts. Migrants to the UK will have to work...you could argue taking British jobs, but I think the evidence would suggest migration is of economic benefit. (again this can be argued to kingdom come). Basic point leave is self-defeating economically, we will have to take migrants anyway for the access we want/need as a country? This goes for the other blocs we will have to do business with. I don't think some of our industries have a hope in hell of competing with the Chinese or Indonesians lets say on cost/value metrics, and I don't think there is appetite in the UK to regress to those levels of labour rights? Deals will have to be done with people you don't necessarily want to do them with.
Your doctors point can be answered simply. Lack of doctors is solely as a result of an incredibly tight BMA quota on training British doctors, which is the reason half of the doctors in this country are European/Sub-continental. We simply don't train enough, with enormous European cuts to University funding this is very unlikely to get better on exit, more likely worse.
The thought that Germany is taking away your rights/wants to impose the Euro on us is fanciful. That really is nonsense my friend. Come on. Allignment of the LSE with Deutsche Boerse is hardly the start of German colonisation. Many Germans share the same concerns about the EU as we do. In fairness to them whilst they on average benefit hugely from trade, they are comfortably the biggest contributors to the European purse.
How do the human rights laws impact on you and what are the EU specific ones that you think the UK will sack off on leaving? Honest answer please? ATB
This is an important forum for Brexit. Apparently WW3 will break out if we leave according to Cameron! Pifgle, poppycock and balderdash. Mark Carney sounds like a corporate seminar speaker. He says that the recession following Brexit would require a raising of interest rates. As this would take us further away than ever from the 2% inflation target he obviously never passed Institute of Bankers General Principles of Economics. What with GO there really are some staggeringly useles people in charge. Boris at lunchtime so sensible, quick fire answers to questions unlike Obama..And such intelligence. Corbyn gone to ground too!
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