Reply to post: Re: TL;DR finally adds Galileo and Copernicus to the Brexit divorce bill



If you want to stay in the EU I have a better idea, how about making arguments based on verifiable real world fact and/or data as opposed to FUD and opinion; to give you a helping hand here is an example of a leave argument; at the time of the referendum the EU accounted for approximately 16-17% or world GDP and declining (in the 70s it was 30% plus), that means that 83-84% resides in the rest of the world; I back trade with the rest of the world unencumbered by EU protectionist crony corporatism; a small percentage of something big is probably going to be worth more than a large percentage of something small and getting smaller in long term.

You may also like to explore the lack of democracy (law originating from the commission), systemic corruption (accounts not signed off for 20+ years).

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