Yes, I agree with the decision to leave.
No, I do not agree with the decision to leave.
We are now one step closer to eliminating the enemy (United Nations).
I generally disagree with a consolidation of nations whose authority supersedes individual countries law. In this case it is primarily financial and immigration policies, but I applaud them for leaving and not giving into the scare tactics.
Being older I remember life outside of the EU and just being trading partners, as the years have gone by the push for integration has taken from us many freedoms. It may seem that we need to be integrated in the EU but this is because you are young and you don't know life outside of the EU cage. We really do not need to be bound by those across the channel. We can still trade with the EU as many countries do, we just make our own decisions and trade with the rest of the world if we choose . The leave voters I know are middle class, anti Farrage and immigration played little part in the decision. They voted leave so you are no longer controlled by the EU and might know the freedom we knew. Celebrate your freedom and this fresh start!
There is no need to remain in the European Union. There is already enough immigration problems in Britain as a result of the membership. Withdrawal will be a good thing.
I am happy with us leaving the EU. I was always for Brexit. But please remove Donald Trump's photo. Most Leave voters are anti Trump!
1. Britain will get to make their own trade deals, as opposed to abiding by the Eu's trade deals. 2. Britain will get to cancel some of the EU's strict regulations. 3. Britain will get to set it's own immigration laws, as opposed to the EU's.
A terrible decision.
Unless we get a Corbyn government soon, the UK is screwed
It was obviously a very rash decision, Scotland voted mostly to remain in the EU, there will be another referendum for Scotland to separate from Great Britain, which will hurt both economies. In the short term, pound is dropping, while the dollar is strengthening, making American exports very expensive to the Brits, inflicting on their business which is already impeded from less expats and immigrants, which is part of the workforce. The Brexiters are disillusioned to think they will not go into a recession. And if immigrants are the problem, wouldn't you take that up with the ECHO, humanitarian commission? Why not work within the democratically elected system? I thought borders are determined by trade deals? AND will anybody trade with you? What kind of tariffs? It was a horrid decision in a very unpredictable time, I saw polls where voters didn't even know how much money they give in and how much rebates the EU gives out, citizens giving outlandish proportions as brexiters. Yes we have Greece and the PIGS, you can't just escape the Eurozone crisis to find a another crisis.
I've not yet seen any argument for why Brexit will make things better that is not based on pure ideology , whereas there are many reasons for why it may make things worse.