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Like that article states, by reducing expenditure on wages, having the flexibility to do so, which the UK does more than many other EU countries, saves jobs because the business stays up and running. Its more competitive than it would have otherwise been. The UK is now Europe's fastest growing economy, partly because wages were lowered and the businesses are still in business. Now things are getting better, wages are expected to rise again, and they'll rise quicker here...
England forced to pave its green pastures-   England has become the most overcrowded major country in Europe. Population growth is so rapid that four times as many people will soon be crammed in as France and twice as many as Germany. The Office for National Statistics has already warned that Britain must make room for almost 10 million more people over the next 25 years – the equivalent of building a city even larger than London.   Number of people expected to be...
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Yes, immigration is a big factor, and they want to come here because the UK is doing so well. They'll want to come here even more if we leave the EU because we'll do even better. What matters really though isn't the size of the GDP but the quality of life and per capita GDP. Immigration is good, but too much isn't. There are other factors too- "A rising population, a low-tax regime and insulation from the worst of the eurozone's problems leave Britain on course to overtake...
"A sandwich shop owner endured eight hours of questioning by police and had his computer seized for three weeks – after making tasteless Nelson Mandela jokes on the internet.Neil Phillips, who runs Crumbs in Rugeley, Staffordshire, says he was also finger-printed and DNA-swabbed after officers received complaints about what he insists were harmless gags.In one online post, the 44-year-old wrote: [[SPOILER]] 'Mandela, the former South African leader, and Nobel Peace Prize...
We can adapt outside the EU to whatever standardisation EU exports require. The UK imports far more from the EU than it exports. It's wider than it's ever been in fact, over £7 billion a month more in imports. Therefore the EU is relying heavily on the UK for trade, and those exports for the rest of the EU are a vital part of getting down the EU countries massive borrowing. 
We're not going to stop trading with the EU if we leave it. I guess it depends on whether you value sovereignty and diversity, whether you want to stay in the EU or not. The UK rejected the Euro, despite being told how we'd suffer if we didn't join it by the likes of Sir Richard Branson, and now the UK is Europe's fastest growing economy and is predicted to overtake Germany and France as the biggest European economy by 2030.  Britain needs to trade, co-operate and help...
 
No one likes to admit it. I understand.
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