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The subject of Britain’s relationship with Europe is of increasing importance to UK investors. It is a complex and highly political debate which can generate extreme and sometimes emotional views in the British people and indeed in Europeans too.

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A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

In graphics: Britain’s referendum on EU membership: A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union | The Economist

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Brexit: What happens now?

"The process to take the UK out of the European Union starts with invoking Article 50 and will take at least two years from that point.": #Brexit #BBC

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Oakley Sunglasses Turbine, Mens, Turbine, Matte Black/Warm Grey

Scottish Wildcat. What a gorgeous pair of jade green eyes! Could this guy tear into a fish??? http://www.thesterlingsilver.com/product/ray-ban-cats-5000-aviator-sunglasses-brown-71051-light-havana/

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EU referendum: Did 1975 predictions come true

The 1975 British Referendum on the EU. Labour left-wingers shared a platform with Tory right winger Enoch Powell (second left)

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A feature-length documentary to show why Britain should vote to LEAVE the EU - and would thrive outside of it.

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Even 'depressed Eurocrat JUNCKER is LOSING FAITH in the EU ahead of British referendum'

BELEAGUERED European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has been described as “depressed” about the state of the EU as the migrant crisis continues to spiral out of control.

Petition: Provide Fair Financial Support for Fostering and Adoption Families

Kinship and Foster Carers go through the same checks, training and have the same role as a non-related carer. Yet, there is a clear disparity in the financial support offered by local authorities. This support then ceases, in part, once the carer wishes to apply for SGO or adopts the child!

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It is emblematic of the most remarkable and rancorous episode in modern British political history that so few of the key figures on either side of the EU Referendum seem able to agree about why we are where we are. Given that there is currently even less agreement about the road ahead, this is perhaps unsurprising. But the first draft of history is always more about the “what” than the “why”, and the welter of recent “insider” and “ringside” guides to what unfolded behind closed doors…

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