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  1. Mods: I have already posted this message on the official pinned Brexit-Remain thread but ask this be kept here initially to draw attention to the particular topic. *********** I may be wrong but the whole Remain/Leave debate has covered all manner of things from immigration, the economics, civil liberties, etc. But one economic issue I have not seen explicitly mentioned, by either side, at all or in any detail worthy of it's importance....... IF we vote to stay in the EU will that be used as carte blanche by Westminster (whoever may be in power at the time) to take us into the Euro if they wanted to? Would they be legally able to hold up this referendum result and use it to say that no separate 'Adopt the Euro and abandon the Pound' referendun is required?? I think that this needs to be dwelt upon significantly as a possible consequence of voting Remain. After all how many would be 'Remainers' want to be in Europe as we are now and keep the Pound but would be opposed to losing the Pound?
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