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I believe the forecast is a ploy to help the public see the mess the UK economy is currently in. The government is undergoing an internal standoff, with neither side willing to give in. This has led to a great deal of uncertainty which is reflected by the forecasts. As both consumer and business confidence fall, consumer spending and investment fall with it. It also paints a dire picture for those countries looking to invest in the UK, with such a lack of stability. This forecast shows us...

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If the MPs were to reject the deal I believe it will go one of two ways. Firstly, there is an element of cooperation and a new deal is forged which a majority of the MPs can get behind. Secondly, there becomes a no-deal Brexit and we crash out of the EU, leaving disaster in our wake. Although the first option in my opinion is more beneficial at this time I believe the lack of cohesion in the government will lead to a no-deal Brexit with no MP willing to compromise. As this is such a split...

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I am of the strong opinion that because we have already made our decision, as a country, we should move on. We have voted and whether you disagree with the outcome or not, it has been made and backtracking on our decision will not benefit anyone. Working together to provide the best deal and accept this deal is something which we should all do.

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Do people believe that the LGBT+ community will be affected by Brexit? If so, in what ways? In the short tern or long term? I'd be interested to hear your thoughts.

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As a German Citizen living in the UK I would be very interested to hear peoples thoughts on how Brexit will affect Germany and the EU as a whole!

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Are migrants really taking our jobs? It seems to me that those who most often complain are those who are envious of the skills and the hard work that these workers have. Surely if immigrants were really taking all our jobs then unemployment wouldn't be at its' lowest for a very long time?

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Why is my future in the hands of others? My job opportunities, my access to other countries all out of my control. As a country we have made a decision affecting those most of all who cannot even vote yet. How is this fair? and what can we do about this?

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If as a country we have voted for Brexit, then how do we know a very 'soft' Brexit is what the people have voted for. Should we have another referendum to determine the nature of what kind of agreement we should try and make? because the paths we could take are of many and of great variation, how do we know the right one to choose?

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With so much information out there, how, as young people, are we meant to understand what information is truthful and who is fabricating ideas to lead us astray? There is no way of getting a full scale of information and nearly al the information that is presented to us is twisted in one way or another to make us vote 'remain' or 'leave'. With this lack of clarity surrounding such an important issue, who are we to believe?

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I feel that the majority of people simply do not understand enough about the subject to vote and affect a whole country. The lack of truthful information surrounding the subject is astonishing and concerning meaning that people are easily swayed by popular belief or simply by the incorrect facts that their friends are spouting out. Thoughts?

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Surely it is too late now for a second referendum? The time has been and gone? It is clear that at no point every person will be happy, so, no matter what happens there will be people who disagree. To hold a second referendum would be, in my opinion, a waste of time and resources, which could be better spent making the best deal possible.

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Nathan Wiesheu

Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom

Joined this community on Jun 6, 2018

What age category are you in?
16-18

What gender do you identify as?
Male

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

Which town or city do you live in?
Stratford-upon-avon

Highest level of education
High School Graduate

Other qualifications
None

Employment status
Student

Attitude towards Brexit
Good

If you are a student, which school/college/university are you at
King Edward VI School Stratford-upon-avon

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

Have developments since the 2016 Brexit Referendum made you feel
More British

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