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With a Referendum on the UKs membership of the EU to be held within the next two years we ask “Should the UK leave the EU?”
Senior EU officials have described the Prime Minister’s demands as ‘unacceptable.’
Mr Cameron’s four key objectives are:
Protection of the single market for Britain and other non-Euro countries
Boosting competitiveness by setting a target for the reduction of the "burden" of red tape
Exempting Britain from "ever-closer union" and bolstering national parliaments
Restricting EU migrants' access to in-work benefits such as tax credits for four years
Mr Cameron has a tough job ahead of him and many believe he is asking for the impossible. Given the limited options available it will come down to the simple question, Should the UK leave the EU?’
Some will argue the UK has given away far too much power to the EU and that remaining a member will damage our country, it is costly and leads to unrestricted migration within the EU causing increased pressure on UK services.
Others will say that the UK is stronger as part of the EU and that it gives us a greater say in world affairs. Free Trade between EU nations saves British businesses money by making it cheaper to export our goods and services.
The EU is Expensive, damages the UKs global interests and undermines our sovereignty.
The EU provides increased national security and makes our Economy stronger with Trade.
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