The UK hosted the first debate about the stay of the country in the European Union. Before the referendum less than a month. Power agitate the population to maintain the status quo.
Former first Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond, in which the Scots held their referendum, now MP of the British Parliament urged to vote for the preservation of the country in the EU, otherwise he promises a second referendum on Scottish independence.
The main issues were about the economy and migration. Supporters of exit are convinced that without a United Europe the UK will be richer. The country will be able to accept not all EU citizens as now, and only those deemed necessary.
Defenders of the EU argue that the UK economy will suffer, and the British themselves will lose the opportunity to move around Europe as they used to over the last decade. The campaign for the preservation of the EU headed by Prime Minister David Cameron. His camp tactics - intimidation, continuous flow of information about how severely affected the UK leaving the EU. This despite the fact that a referendum on leaving Cameron he himself had suggested. Times published an interview with Steve Hilton, a former political adviser and close friend of the Prime Minister, who claims that Cameron is actually a staunch eurosceptic. As for the voters who must decide the fate of relations between the UK and EU they do not give a clear advantage to any one side. These are the findings of the surveys. So the debate will be even more stringent. Surprises are not excluded.
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