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Brexit could have a major impact on both British and EU development and humanitarian policies, especially aid. The UK leaving the EU would challenge the EU’s role as the world’s leading donor and the UK’s role as part of this. While global aid may decrease by up to 3 %, the EU could lose between 10 % and 13 % of its world aid share. Its influence, through official development assistance (ODA), in neighbouring countries throughout Eastern Europe and North Africa could be...

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Creating a new arbitration body to break the impasse over whose courts should protect EU nationals after Brexit, or oversee the Brexit bill agreements, may be the best option at this stage. This is needed because disagreements between the UK and EU Commission over  whether the ECJ should be the arbiter of any future disputes over citizens' rights, and should have any jurisdiction in the UK post-Brexit, may simply end up delaying the negotiations. What does everyone else think? Do you...

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EU citizens who came to the UK, and UK citizens who went to other EU states, came on the basis that they would be able to settle permanently and we need to honour that.  EU citizens should definitely have the right to gain residence status if they have lived in the UK for a number of years, with the same allowed for UK citizens in EU states. 

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The Brexit negotiations should focus on establishing a fruitful future relationship between the UK and EU based on the Article 50 notification principles, including the need to agree to a comprehensive agreement to prevent delays and repeat negotiations and prioritising the rights of citizens in technical talks on detailed policy.   

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I think the idea of an electronic visa waiver scheme, similar to the US electronic system which fast-tracks visitors from certain countries, would be the best option for Britain post-Brexit, both for EU citizens entering the UK and UK citizens entering EU states. This would  let citizens visit for up to 6 months for tourism, business, study or medical treatment without needing a visa. 

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Both Britain and the EU should pay and share the divorce bill for Brexit. This is essential to maintain good relations between the UK and EU and  “settle the accounts” before starting talks on any possible future trading relationship between the two. 

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Marta Koch

London, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Jun 22, 2017

Bio Currently an MSc student

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)
British

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
KCL

Do you think there should be a second referendum on Brexit?
No

Have developments since the 2016 Brexit Referendum made you feel
No Change

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