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Old 09.09.2016, 15:49
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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In five / ten / fifteen years, anything is possible.
But right now, they are strongly for free movement to be preserved, and claims of a "nationalist movement" to get rid of it are nonsense.

So, to get rid of free movement, perhaps Brexit should have been voted upon when more Brits wanted to go to Hungary,
than Hungarians wanting to come to the UK.

But in that case methinks there would be a HExit vote happening, not a Brexit vote.
The stated purpose of FMOP was the free movement of workers, not refugees. The diktats to impose distribution of refugees to Visigrad states, which don't want them, nor where refugees want to go, is the point of contention. The EU is misusing and reinterpreting FMOP on the fly.
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