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http://www.civitas.org.uk/pdf/EuropeanDebateNo2Growth.pdf

 

A number of estimates have already been made of the impact of the EU on the

UK’s economic growth. This note appraises them to evaluate the negative effects

of the acquis communautaire. There is an unavoidable element of uncertainty

in the surveyed sources, and so disparate estimates are discussed where

appropriate.

 

Executive Summary

 

? The general cost of EU regulation is estimated at over £20 billion each year.

 

? Of this, employment rules may cost more than £3 billion, damage NHS morale and productivity,

may forfeit 60,000 potential jobs and force unnecessary turnover in temporary work.

 

? Environment and energy rules fail in their objectives by forcing production out of Europe to

unregulated regions; rules cost £25.5 million to Energy Intensive Industries alone and possibly £3

billion to the country.

 

? The threat of over-zealous financial regulations could end over half a million jobs, and possibly

already cost £1.7 billion each year through stultified markets.

 

? The Common Fisheries Policy has decimated fish stocks, driven up supermarket prices, minimised

employment and may cost the UK up to £4.7 billion each year. Recent reforms seem inadequate.

 

? The Common Agricultural Policy drains upwards of £10 billion each year, both in direct costs and

by inflating food prices.

 

? The UK contributes between £6.8 and £15 billion net to the EU annual budget.

 

? Government spending on EU migrants’ integration and benefits is at least £55.2 million, whilst

migrant remittances affect the country’s balance of payments and inflation. The migrant influx

increases job competition.

 

? EU procurement and state aid rules restrict the government’s ability to award public works contracts

to UK firms, to prop up job-creating firms and to revitalise the economy.

 

? This is all compounded by the restrictive nature of the customs union. The EU negotiates external

trade deals painfully slowly as a collective, which impedes international commerce and restricts

profits.

 

>:-) ...........

 

 

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Barryd999 - 2018-06-04 10:12 AM

 

Probably because nobody can be arsed to read pages of anti EU waffle written by some bloke in an anti EU right wing think tank. And its addressed to Brian. (lol)

 

Oh yeah I forgot...... you Remoaners only read & believe anti Brexit waffle >:-) ..........

 

 

 

 

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Quick glance through shows they are blaming the EU for farm subsidies.

Which the Tories have already said they will maintain.

After all, farmers need to be able to pay their rents to Britain's wealthiest landowners....

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John52 - 2018-06-04 1:50 PM

 

Quick glance through shows they are blaming the EU for farm subsidies.

Which the Tories have already said they will maintain.

After all, farmers need to be able to pay their rents to Britain's wealthiest landowners....

 

The UK will be able to apply a bit more comon sense when giving the subsidies than the EU does *-) ........

 

 

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