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Old 06.10.2016, 22:08
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Oh for heavens sake... The UK have been responsible for their country, every time the approved an EU treaty change and in particular when they choose to not to apply EU rules intended to control the influx on EU citizens.

Some laws came from the EU but most of the laws are home grown and irrelevant to the EU.
Quite relevant, actually. If you look at Deutsche Bank, Merkel is unable to bail it out because of Germany's EU membership. Same with Monte Dei Pasche. EU State Aid laws prevents governments from protecting their largest economic engines. Outside the EU, the UK government can service its industries. So it would untie the country's hands in dealing with its problems. This is an EU law that prevents such assistance.
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