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Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?
The United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union.
Membership of the EU ensures freedom of movement between all the member states.
Leaving the EU could threaten relations between UK countries.
Remaining in the EU is the only way for the UK to weight significantly on the international scene and be able to negotiate on equal terms with today's major powers.
Other EU states want the UK to stay.
The EU is a guarantor of peace in Europe by bringing its countries closer together and overcoming the disputes of the past.
Leaving the European Union is likely to be economically catastrophic for the UK.
Brexit presents a risk for the civil society and social structure of the UK.
Only by remaining in the EU would the UK be capable of contributing to EU reform.
Leaving would harm the EU.
The European Union is a force for ensuring that the UK and other countries apply internationally agreed legislation
The UK and the EU share a history and a common culture.
Democracy in the EU is seriously impaired.
Leaving the EU allows Britain to be able to better control immigration flows.
With the biggest opponent of further integration gone, the EU would have a much easier way to bring its member states together under the same umbrella.
A majority of the UK's voters supported Brexit in the 2016 referendum.
The EU has centralized power and continues to further do so, which means the UK has less control over its own laws and practices.
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