The British referendum has many problems that are presented by both sides, the problems range from being economic to immigration students. With so many problems present in this referendum, Britain has made some demand for changes to be made and they came up with a list addresses the areas that the British want to cover. Th...
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...g effect on either both sides or just to one of the sides. But this referendum does not only affect one nation and a group, but rather a bunch of countries and potentially the whole world economy. But sadly there has only been one solution proposed to end the referendum, and the solution proposed has a lot of benefits for the British and some benefits for the European Union. Some of the points that have proposed conflict with the E.U. ideas which makes them against some of the points. But those conflicts might be resolved if both sides took my idea of just sitting down with each other and try finding some middle ground on some of the conflicting ideas. If some middle ground were to be found then both sides would be happy and British would stay in the European Union which would avoid a devastating blow to one of the groups and potential blow to the world economy.
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