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Old 05.02.2016, 16:48
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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I assumed the EU will vote on the UK package first to ratify it before giving it to the UK. But I know, you're probably use to the bureaucrats deciding things unilaterally by now.

Conversely, they really ought to give everyone the same deal. In other words, redefine what EU membership is altogether.

This whole thing can fall apart in this process, rendering a Brexit vote moot.
There was a time that Britain was the only country whose leaders would openly critcize the EU. Thanks to Merkel's currency and asylum policies, there are now quite a few other countries who would gladly see a weaker EU.

I used to think that Britain was a major anti-EU force. Now i see that the EU's greatest enemy is pretending to be its architect.
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