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Should the UK Remain in the EU if the only Alternative is a Hard Brexit?
The UK should remain in the EU if a hard Brexit is the only alternative option.
A hard Brexit would end Freedom of Movement, and all the associated benefits it brings.
A hard Brexit would threaten the UK's domestic security with respect to crime, terrorism and the rule of law.
Britain will have significantly less influence in Europe if it leaves the EU, and as a result will be a weaker nation in the international community.
A hard Brexit will significantly damage the UK economy.
A hard Brexit threatens the constitutional set-up of the United Kingdom and its associated territories, more so than overturning the referendum result and staying in the EU.
The EU has been used as a scapegoat for the failure of UK domestic politics. Leaving does not address the problem.
A hard Brexit will hurt the scientific community in the UK.
A hard Brexit will negatively affect the National Health Service.
The UK leaving the EU harms the EU and wider Europe.
The bureaucratic and elected institutions of the EU
demonstrate a distinct lack of ethnic diversity
, particularly when UK-originating MEPs/employees are excluded. The UK should not be part of an institution which lacks diversity to this extent.
Being part of the EU harms British culture.
The EU is too dysfunctional for the UK.
The UK should be able to control and limit its immigration policy as it sees fit.
Refusing to enact the specific instructions from the electorate may lead to widespread civil disobedience, with negative consequences that dwarf any possible drawbacks from a hard Brexit.
The public has shown more support for a No-Deal than for remaining.
The supremacy of EU law impinges on Britain's ability to make laws to govern itself; by exiting the EU, Britain can make rules on any area it chooses.
The British public voted to leave the EU. Democratic will requires that the outcome of the referendum must be respected, thus the UK must leave the EU regardless of the deal secured.
Remaining in the EU would throw domestic British politics into chaos.
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