Sovereignty is a ridiculous thing to want anyway. If you think sovereignty is a good thing, then logically you should also be for breaking up the UK into its constituent countries, and for breaking up those into their constituent counties and those into classical-style city states. How is it possible to non-arbitrarily determine that the amount of sovereignty we have at the moment is the 'correct' amount of sovereignty? I'll bet you can't.
Historically, groups of people have banded together because teamwork and cooperation makes us stronger. Would any of the states of the United States of America have got as far as it did if they weren't united?
Sovereignty brings no inherent utility. We'd simply be handing control from one group of elites (the EU) to another (the Tories).
Sovereignty here means making the best decisions for the people living in your country. Which might not line up with the agenda of the EU.
Not exactly, those break-ups might not be needed if the laws of the UK aren't detrimental to the people living in those parts. If it's not broken, don't fix it
As for the US, it's true. My country was great once. We had allies, but our laws were for the most part made to suit the American people. The rise and persistence of outdated programs like NATO and NAFTA (god forbid the TTP) have slowed America down. America got to where it was by focusing on our internal working and engaging in wars when we needed to (something which the last two presidents have had no tact for)
America letting go of it's sovereignty is the reason why we're not great anymore
A point about children. If Capital isn't used (having a "negative" labor force in that there's not enough workers) depreciation is largely increased since the change in product would stagnate relative to the change in capital. It's necessary to have children because people are dying constantly and you'd need to replace them. Children > Immigrants most of the time because a child raised and sent through the UK school system is likely more skilled than an immigrant willing to accept lower wages. If the reverse holds true, then of course, the skilled immigrant should be allowed in.
That's a UK first policy. One where immigration is tightly controlled and work visa's are regulated
If this wasn't clear enough, look to America. Doctors from countries like India tend to be far less competent than those put through the American Medical Program. If you keep letting those second rate doctors in, and pay them the same wage, what motivation is there for attempting to strive? It'll just cause stagnation all over
That all being said, none of your are going to change your vote, nor is a few hundred votes likely to change the outcome. I shall be very interested to see the results tomorrow (for me?)
~90% of economists think that the UK is better off in the EU. I don't have any in depth understand of economics, so I'm better off trusting people who do
If there's one reason I hate my generation, it's this logic. They might know more than you, but what proof do you have that they're trustworthy.
No you're bloody not. You're better off educating yourself a little bit and understanding how they bullshit you at times.
Like why do you think so many idiots support Sanders and Trump here, cause they really know nothing and just listen to "experts"
You just willingly became their sock puppet mouth piece.
This isn't directed at the left or the right, both lie to people hoping they're sheep. And our generation loves to eat their shit right up