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Old 03.07.2016, 13:45
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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The handling of the migrant crisis for example has failed and it's down to Merkel and her influence over the Brussels. Without any effective rules/clear and fair methods in place to deal with immigration, Merkel could call the shots and invite families and children without support to march across Europe to her front door. Encouraging more and more people to cross the dangerous seas and get dumped in poor Greece, once the balkans closed their doors.

What a mess! Médecins Sans Frontiers have told the EU to stuff their donation this year in protest at the inhumane way immigrants are being dumped in Greece and the dodgy quick-solution, ill-thought out EU deal done with Turkey. You would think that sound thinking would've sought an effective and positive solution with all countries and human rights organizations involved in the process, but unfortunately the EU doesn't work like that.

Of course you have to acknowledge the many positives to the EU's work and one which I have always agreed with, and admired is now under threat. A pity.

The EU could be great, if only it would reform.. soon it'll be too late. Cameron told them last week their failing on immigration was to blame for Brexit, I wonder the reaction..
"Cameron told them last week their failing on immigration " Yet the city with by far the highest immigrant population, London, voted to remain?
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