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Quando si entra in questa sezione la domanda posta è 'quale Brexit è migliore per l'Italia?'. Una domanda davvero difficile da rispondere. Dipende da chi prendiamo in considerazione: per gli studenti e i lavoratori dipendenti che sono già qui nel Regno Unito, la salvaguardia dei diritti garantiti dal passaporto UE è il nodo della questione; per gli italiani ancora nel bel paese, la Brexit potrebbe non interessare ora, ma in futuro chissà; per la nostra classe politica, (da parte di entrambi...

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Vivo da ormai quattro anni in Inghilterra per motivi di studio. Ero a Londra due anni fa, quando l’elettorato britannico ha votato per la Brexit e da quel momento non ho fatto altro a che parlare di Brexit. Le ripercusssioni economiche, potenziali o già in atto, andranno a colpire proprio quelle fasce della popolazione che sono già state amaramente colpite dalla crisi dell’eurozona. E questo, ho paura, possa accadere non solo agli inglesi ma anche agli italiani che lavorano o avevano...

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Studio nel Regno Unito da più di tre anni e, a quasi un anno mezzo dal referendum, non riesco ancora ad avere un'idea chiara di cosa sarà il futuro dopo la Brexit. Il discorso di Teresa May a Firenze non ha lenito questo mio senso di incertezza. Per rispondere ad una delle domande, per me la Brexit non è un' opportunità e non è uno svantaggio, ma solo incertezza sul futuro e sopratutto su quale direzione prender, un sentimento che penso sia comune a molti giovani, inglesi ed europei. 

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As it happens on social media, where we all limited in our own happy bubbles with friends having similar opinions, so I happen not to have many friends who voted 'leave'. Yet, I do know people who voted 'leave' at my University and they were very open and vocal about it. Although we have very different opinions on the subject, we had talked about Brexit and the European Union and we have not stop speaking to each other just because of Brexit. I think that as long as there is respect there is...

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The ECJ needs to be the arbiter of disputes between the EU and UK after Brexit. An alternative to the ECJ would be only expensive and impractical as it would still require representatives of EU states and the UK, thus merely replicating what is already in place under the ECJ.    

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Whatever sum is eventually agreed, I think that the most important thing is to divide the payment in different instalments. This is necessary for two reasons: 1) to not weaken a potential economic partner in the future; 2) to avoid acrimonies, which might undermine future relations. 

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There should not be any hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland since many people cross it on a daily basis. I think that the Irish border question should be managed in two separate steps: firstly, an initial agreement between the UK and Ireland; secondly, this agreement should be discussed at EU level. 

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The UK and EU should reach an agreement to guarantee special conditions for EU and UK citizens wishing to study respectively in UK. Students should be guaranteed longer and more flexible conditions than those which will be given to UK and EU workers. More importantly, students should not be counted in the net migration numbers. This will be important in consideration of the future of exchange programmes,  such as Erasmus.   

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After Brexit, there should be a solid and close partnership between the UK and EU. This is important not only for potential financial and economic deals but also (and more importantly) for the many UK citizens across Europe and EU citizens in the UK. In this regard, the Brexit negotiations are key important also for shaping the future UK-EU relation.

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Valeria Vigilante

Naples/London, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Jun 22, 2017

Bio Born in Italy but currently living in London, I am a postgraduate student in European Studies (Research). I am passionate about politics (not only in Europe).

What age category are you in?
22-24

What gender do you identify as?
Female

What nationality are you? (you may list more than one)
Italy

Which town or city do you live in?
London

Highest level of education
Master's Degree

Other qualifications
None

Employment status
Student

Attitude towards Brexit
Bad

If you are a student, which school/college/university are you at
London School of Economics and Political Science

Do you think there should be a second referendum on Brexit?
Yes

Have developments since the 2016 Brexit Referendum made you feel
N/A

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