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La Brexit è stata un fulmine a ciel sereno nelle vite di tutti noi giovani "Generazione Erasmus". Ha rappresentato incertezza e paura che il contesto europeo, sinonimo di libertà, in cui siamo cresciuti potesse cambiare da un momento all'altro. Siamo stati abituati ad attraversare tutta l'Europa liberamente, avere la possibilità di fare esperienze di studio in un paese diverso dal nostro e a sentirci "europei" più che solo "italiani". Sentiamo effettivamente di far parte di una comunità...

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We all grew up as European citizens. We were lucky enough to live Europe in its initial and full connotation, whose peak is the chance for people and goods to move freely across Europe. Greater border controls, the imposition of tariffs, the introduction of customs declaration and further bureaucracy are highly feared because they discourage mobility and therefore must be avoided. Re-establishing borders means going back in time instead of evolving! That's the reason why the key is in...

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In order to have an impartial court, probably an appropriate alternative against the ECJ would be the International Court of Justice whose role is to settle legal wrangling between countries. Or actually, it seems fitting in this particular case to resort to the Permanent Court of Arbitration whose role is exactly to facilitate arbitration and resolution of disputes between countries.

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I believe that if we want to imagine the best option for our common future, we should look at Norway. Even though it is not a member state, Norway boasts the closest relationship to the EU, being a member of the EFTA and the EEA. A deal delivering this kind of access to the single market would avoid undesirable economic consequences such as those would affect London's ability to sell financial services across Europe.

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More than 3 million European citizens live in the United Kingdom, while more than 1 million British citizens live in the rest of Europe. These are important numbers that explain why this issue has a crucial role in the deal. In the past few days, the British Prime Minister May has assured that EU citizen currently living in the UK are not going to lose their right to stay, after Brexit. This is a big step forward in the deal! At this stage, the reciprocity is vital and the EU should also...

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The UK should pay what it is required to because it has to respect its obligations. This is a matter of respecting the commitments made, which involve thousands of communities, businesses, projects for which money has already been allocated. It is not difficult to imagine how many problems would create an interruption of such projects. As the President of the European Council also said, "It's not about money, it's about rules".

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Manuela Cristiano

London, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Jun 22, 2017

Bio I am from Naples, Italy. My background is in Business Administration and I have just finished my MSc Finance at Birkbeck College, University of London.

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)
Italian

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

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