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Old 27.06.2016, 13:57
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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....much more a consequence of UK Government policy than EU. Actually the EU have been pumping money into the UKs poorer regions - hence the sudden panic from the likes of Cornwall wondering where their investment cash is going to come from once the EU stops its support.
pumping?

did you mean pumping immigrants

anyway what was pumped into the economy by the eu probably wasnt enough though, in fact so not enough the eu got kicked out, why should poor people have to fight on two fronts, their own govt plus the eu. with the eu out expect them to fight whatever govt comes up.

If you look at immigration watch, England (excluding Scotland) has the second highest pop per sq/m. which may explain why Scotland isnt as effected by immigration and remain seems reasonable.

'93% of immigrants go to England so England is what matters in this context. England is the second most densely populated country in the EU with 417 people per square kilometre, after the Netherlands (with 500 people per square kilometre) and excluding islands such as Malta.'

What are you expecting the conservatives or England to do, pave everything over?
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