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There will be changes. For sure there will be. Whether it will stand the test of time, remains to be seen.fysicus wrote:yes, I am saying exactly that, with David Cameron on my side. He merely hopes that the dodgy benefits measures will deter new EU migrants, that's all
You are generally correct. Your views aligned more are less with the proposals.fysicus wrote:well, I may be was a bit strong in my statement, but when you do not depend on social benefits, almost nothing will change
Obie wrote: I always knew the British People, or people in England in particular are sensible, they care more about their economic situation, than their disdain for migrant.
1. The EU countries are well aware for sure, that their greatest challange if the UK leaves will be will be to save the Euro from freefall when one of their biggest contributors leaves. Apart from anything else, the UK attracts the biggest foreign investment in the block.Obie wrote:In my view I will welcome both outcome. Can't wait to see the invocation of Article 50. It will be quite remarkable as it has never been invoked before. The EU will definitely make an example of the UK, so no other country will dear to follow suit.
So what does this cancer expert think: let's send all the young, healthy, hardworking Poles home and let's get back all British pensioners from France and Spain? Imagine how the NHS would cope?The NHS has been left 'on its knees' by uncontrolled migration from the EU, a leading cancer expert will warn tomorrow.