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So, did 'soft Brexit' just win? - BBC News
A world where means Brexit, and a hard Brexit would mean the status quo...
Brexit  from twitter
6 weeks ago by iaeon
Migration and migrant population statistics in EU-28 - The European Migration Network
European Union (EU) statistics on international migration, population stocks of national and foreign (non-national) citizens and the acquisition of citizenship
migration  statistics  brexit  immigration  EU 
7 weeks ago by iaeon
Brexit is a cry of financial pain
Correlation between economic hardship and Brexit vote
brexit  economy  economics  politics  research 
october 2017 by iaeon
Still puzzled by the Brexit vote? Take yourself off to Blakenall Heath
Brexit logic in our deprived towns goes something like this: so what if the country collapses economically? At least then they will know what it feels like to be us
brexit  society  politics  eu  economics 
october 2017 by iaeon
How I learnt to loathe England
A Dutchman reflects on what he’s learnt by living in Britain for the last six years—it isn’t pretty
brexit  politics  eu  nationalism 
october 2017 by iaeon
Brexit is Britain’s gift to the world
‘The UK is now experimenting on itself for the benefit of humanity’
brexit  politics  UK  EU  EUref 
september 2017 by iaeon
Brexit, the lie that came in from the cold, the lie that will deliver abject misery.
a faceless and secretive cabal operating a managed democracy intent on bypassing Parliament at any cost.
brexit  politics  eu 
september 2017 by iaeon
State of the European Union 2017
PRESIDENT JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER'S State of the Union Address 2017
Brussels, 13 September 2017
INTRODUCTION – WIND IN OUR SAILS
EU  brexit  economy  society 
september 2017 by iaeon
THE FISCAL EFFECTS OF IMMIGRATION TO THE UK
findings indicate that, when considering the resident immigrant population in each year from 1995 to 2011, immigrants from the European Economic Area (EEA) have made a positive fiscal contribution, even during periods when the UK was running budget deficits, while Non-EEA immigrants, not dissimilar to natives, have made a negative contribution. For immigrants that arrived since 2000, contributions have been positive throughout, and particularly so for immigrants from EEA countries. Notable is the strong positive contribution made by immigrants from countries that joined the EU in 2004.
brexit  immigration  economics  economy 
september 2017 by iaeon
I side 88% with Scottish Nationals
Based on my political beliefs, I side with Scottish Nationals. Who do you side with?
politics  election  brexit  views 
may 2017 by iaeon
Psychology, Numeracy and Biases in Brexit | The Online Privacy Foundation
Not only do many voters lack the skills to critically evaluate the numerical data which is being presented, their inherent biases clearly influence the way in
brexit  statistics  authoritarianism  survey  psychology 
may 2017 by iaeon
Cheating Britain Out of Europe by Jacek Rostowski - Project Syndicate
In the name of democracy, British voters have been denied any chance to reconsider the outcome of last year's referendum on leaving the EU. And the snap election that Prime Minister Theresa May has called for June 8 all but guarantees that the Brexit they get will not be the one that most thought they were supporting.
brexit  politics  eu  uk 
may 2017 by iaeon
InFacts Briefings - InFacts
InFacts is a journalistic enterprise making the fact-based case for Britain to remain in the European Union. We are founded by a group of editors who believe it is in our interest to stay in the EU despite its imperfections.
brexit  politics  UK  EU  briefing 
may 2017 by iaeon
The UK's EU membership fee - Full Fact
In 2016 the UK government paid £13.1 billion to the EU budget, and EU spending on the UK was forecast to be £4.5 billion. So the UK’s ‘net contribution’ was estimated at about £8.6 billion.
brexit  fee  cost  eu  politics  economics 
may 2017 by iaeon
(65) Reasons2Remain - Posts
Reasons2Remain. 25,954 likes · 4,408 talking about this. The Reasons2Remain Community continues to support the case for Britain's membership of the EU,...
brexit  politics  eu 
may 2017 by iaeon
The INsurgents Power 250
A bit of fun and a bit very serious. The INsurgents Power 100 is a way of bringing together as many of the voices working to keep the UK in the EU.
The idea is - by way of a leaderboard - to create a list where people can follow the most articulate, incisive, informed debate (spoiler alert: we love experts here)- as well as the best of the humour.
Each week The INsurgents Power 100 recognises the most inspiring social media accounts so you can follow them, join the community and lea...
twitter  brexit  ranking 
april 2017 by iaeon
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