This helpful article provides readers the chance to see who argues what in terms of each campaigning side.
As we know, the two respectful sides campaigning in the EU Referendum are firstly the Vote Leave Campaign, a group of eurosceptics aiming to exit the EU and this is simply known in other terms as ‘Brexit’. The other campaigners are called Britain Stronger in Europe, which as obvious as their counterparts are europhiles aiming to keep the UK in the European Union.
This BBC article is essentially a ”guide to find out the arguments from the Leave and Remain sides on a range of key topics.”
Britain goes to the polls on Thursday 23 June to decide whether the UK should stay a member of the European Union. Ultimately, this article could be beneficial for you to read and gauge where you stand when giving your vote on June 23rd, and seeing what side you feel speaks ‘more sense’.
Highlighting some of the Key arguments within the article of both sides campaigning in the EU include:
- Sovereignty and Laws
- Work and Pay
- Trade and the Economy
- Global Roles and Defence
More arguments are on the article, so go and check it out to find more about your curiosities!
ThePoliticsView asks, whats YOUR view of each sides arguments?
Who are more realistic and reliable in what each side claims? Who will get more votes on the 23rd of June and why? Who do you want to win?
Comment Below your view of the EU Referendum and arguments below