Yes, I agree - 25%

Politics & Policy

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A vote to Remain will be taken in Brussels as a green light for more federalism, and for the erosion of democracy.
- Boris Johnson

Immigration & Security

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The EU’s cherished freedom of movement for people within its borders puts enormous strain on our NHS, our education and our housing.
- Andrea Leadsom

Investment & Trade

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Every set of trade figures reveal that the EU is a failing trading bloc, declining in importance to our economy. Free from Brussels shackles we’d make our own trade deals, reactivate our seat at the World Trade Organisation and strengthen our ties with o
- Jonathan Arnott MEP

Business & Jobs

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In terms of jobs, the real case for leaving the EU lies with the positive opportunities from winning back the freedom to craft our own laws at home, while trading more energetically abroad with the global economies of the future
- Dominic Raab

Government Budget

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Following Brexit, the UK saves £12bn net per annum in EU membership fees and can tailor regulation to meet its needs. This would be a spur to significant growth.
- Richard Tice

Finance & Markets

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Outside the EU, the city would continue to be free continue as before, such as trading in euro-denominated bonds, while ensuring that it is free of the threat of an FTT, as well as being free of all the other stifling European legislation.
- David Davis MP

Science & Technology

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I firmly believe that UK Science would continue to thrive outside the political structures of the EU, and … our industrious scientists would continue to play a major role in both European and world science.
- Dr Christopher Lee

No, I disagree - 75%

Politics & Policy

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The UK will lose its influence in the world if it leaves the European Union
- Barack Obama

Business & Jobs

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An exit would be very bad for British business and the economy as a whole.
- Richard Branson

Investment & Trade

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It is bound to be a negative on all fronts. For those that stay, because there are fewer of them, and for those who go, because they lose the benefit of facilitation of exchange.
- Christine Lagarde

Finance & Markets

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Brexit could hit the country's £2.04 trillion economy and prompt some banks to move away from London's global financial powerhouse
- Mark Carney

Economic Growth

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The UK will struggle if it cuts itself off from the rest of Europe
- George Soros

Science & Technology

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Brexit would be disaster for UK science
- Stephen Hawking

Immigration & Security

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It could mean something like two thirds of players wouldn't be able to get visas and therefore won't be able to come - long-term it would do a lot of damage to football.
- Peter Coates

Universities & Education

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[If] the UK decides to put down immediate and aggressive anti-immigration rules [following a Brexit] … there would likely be harsh renegotiation around Erasmus+ and Horizon 2020 terms of engagement.
- Mike Galsworthy

Government Budget

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The present austerity hitting the NHS may seem like the good old days compared to the uncertain and insecure world of a Brexit vote.
- Paul Burstow
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