Why I'll be voting to stay in Europe
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwlHoot View Post
    Several EU countries, including France and Italy, are in a debt trap, and will almost certainly crash and burn in the next year or two.

    When that happens, our contribution if we are still in the EU will soar like nothing we've seen or could readily imagine in our worst nightmares.
    Aye lucky we are prospering in our debt free state

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
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    5. It doesn't seem as if EU immigration will stop. Both Switzerland and Norway have larger per capita EU immigration than Britain and they are outside the EU...
    Can't speak for Norway, but Switzerland has negotiated many bilateral treaties with the EU and so is likely to be more connected to the EU than the UK would be after a Brexit.

    The Swiss social security system is not as friendly as the UK one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotAllThere View Post
    Can't speak for Norway, but Switzerland has negotiated many bilateral treaties with the EU and so is likely to be more connected to the EU than the UK would be after a Brexit.

    The Swiss social security system is not as friendly as the UK one.
    Not sure what your point is - are you saying that the UK would be less connected and therefore wouldn't get the EU immigrants? Both points seem unlikely to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OwlHoot View Post
    Several EU countries, including France and Italy, are in a debt trap, and will almost certainly crash and burn in the next year or two.

    When that happens, our contribution if we are still in the EU will soar like nothing we've seen or could readily imagine in our worst nightmares.
    The UK sits exactly in between France (better than UK) and Italy (worse than UK) debt wise as %of GDP

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