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Would The European Union Survive Credit?


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I haven't really seen this discussed.

What would the EU look like? It would probably have a massive hole in the budget - how would it try to deal with this?

Would other countries follow and if so which ones?

What would happen to the euro? My guess is it would weaken and therefore probably maintain the current £ rate.

Are the eurocrats actually terrified of a brexit?

Any thoughts?

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Darn. Auto correct mucked up the title.

Brexit, not credit.

There's talk of the Dutch having and in ou vote soon ,i think a Brexit could be the beginning of the end the UK are one of only a few net contributors so if we go it will leave a hole in the budget for sure with little hope of filling it other than putting up the subs other countries pay ,,,more money for less

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I haven't really seen this discussed.

What would the EU look like? It would probably have a massive hole in the budget - how would it try to deal with this?

Would other countries follow and if so which ones?

What would happen to the euro? My guess is it would weaken and therefore probably maintain the current £ rate.

Are the eurocrats actually terrified of a brexit?

Any thoughts?

...all debt is about confidence ....do you think the EU's confidence is on the up or down.....that will give you an answer.... :rolleyes:

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