The following are links to a report I prepared for some students aged 15-18 in a UK based school. The first is the report, clearly set out with headings, trying to take into account all the arguments for and against leaving Europe. The second is a comprehensive list of sources if you want to delve into the issue any further.
Don’t always assume that what you read, even if that is published by a professional body or a government sponsored institution, lacks bias. Facts can always be portrayed in a clever way to steer judgment on both sides; you have to read everything and think for yourself. Hear both sides, for they both have their own merit. Then decide.
I have made up my mind. I knew from the beginning in my heart and the more research I did, the more it was confirmed and the more it has enabled me to help others understand. Again however, although I do my best to point out all sides, I am not without my own bias. I have never felt this passionate about a vote and it is so important that we use it to express what we feel. Read everything and vote. The ramifications are huge. This is a history changing moment.
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