Since Britain left the EU, there have been major debates on whether or not it was the right decision. In my essay I will discuss some of the arguments the Leavers and the Remainers present in the general Brexit debate in Britain


June 23th was the day where Britain held a Referendum concerning if Britain should leave or not. The polls ended with 51% voted in favor and 49% voted against. The reason why England agreed to a referendum was because David Cameron, who was prime minister there, thought there was no control over the immigrants. It wasn't because he hated the immigrants, but he was just annoyed that there was no more control over it. He was tired of there were no control over the situation in that time. Therefore, he chose to make a referendum.


The leavers want to reclaim their borders and choose their own immigration policy. They think it will stop, if they could control it themselves.


A huge group of the neo-liberal British believe that Britain could do better by leaving EU. Many business leader and company’s in Britain, doesn’t think it’s a good idea to leave EU, because it will just cost them extra and more rules will come, and it would just affect their company’s. If they leave the EU will their value fall-out. They would only make a deal if it’s benefits them


The remainer doesn’t want to be the first country to leaves the EU. They will not be seen as the country that leaves the EU, without a deal. They will be seen as the country that saved the Europa back in time in two world wars. They don’t believe that leaving EU will stop immigration to the UK. It will an economic disaster if they leave. Leaving EU could mean loss of thousands of jobs. EU has helped whit their economy, their wealth and status on the world rang since they joined in 1976. Remaining in the EU is a huge benefit to England, because of the free movement. Many of the firms could not survive if they could not get employees from other countries in EU. If they leave, all that would change.



I would like to compare Helen from "the end" with Stephen Bray from horizon, which is a broadcast we saw in the class. I think they have a lot of common opinions. Both see it as a good opportunity to stay in the EU. They feel let down and sad that the government and fellow citizens have made a decision. Helen and Stephen have same topic and theme in focus.



Conclusion


I can conclude that it’s bad for Britain to leave the EU, they would lose a massive amount of cooperation from other countries in EU, as well they are damaging their own economy and it would be a huge disaster for them. What would be best for them to be remembered for. Those who just walked away and left the cooperation with the EU or those who were reliable and being the nation that saved Europa back in time. The Britain is stronger in Europe than outside Europe. Britain is one of the largest nations in Europe. They will lose this influential position if they leave the EU. It will be a huge struggle for them to leave the EU, but if they stay, it’s a huge benefit for them. Of course, everybody got a different opinion to the situation, but they need to come with an agreement, otherwise the country will be divided. They need to stay together, it’s are this best for them” Together are we stronger” as you say.

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"Since Britain left the EU,"

Britain has not left yet: the exit is currently set down for October 31st 2019.

TOOPBOYa Referendum concerning if Britain should leave or not

a referendum as to whether Britain ...

TOOPBOYThe polls ended with 51% voted in favor and 49% voted against.

... ended with 51% voting in favor and 49% against.

TOOPBOY wasn't

No short forms in formal writing.

TOOPBOYHe was tired of there were

... tired that there was ...

TOOPBOY to make a referendum.

Usually 'hold' a referendum

TOOPBOYMany business leader and company’s .. does not

Singulars or plurals ?

TOOPBOYcompany’s

This is a possessive singular, the plural is spelt differently

TOOPBOYfall-out

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/fallout

TOOPBOYit’s benefits

Grammar

TOOPBOYThe remainer doesn’t want to be the first country to leaves the EU

Remainers ... : Iceland was the first to leave.

TOOPBOY Leaving EU could mean loss of thousands of jobs.

Missing articles.

TOOPBOYwhit

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TOOPBOYon the world rang

on the world stage ?

TOOPBOYthey joined in 1976

The United Kingdom joined the European Economic Community (as it then was) on 1 January 1973 with Denmark and Ireland.

TOOPBOYMany of the firms

Which firms? If you mean firms in general: many firms.

TOOPBOYas well they are damaging

as well as damaging ...

TOOPBOYeverybody got a different opinion

'has' instead of 'got' in formal English

TOOPBOY come with an agreement,

Wrong preposition

TOOPBOY it’s are this best

Grammar

TOOPBOYHe was tired of there were no control

Better grammar: He was tired of there being no control ...

Better still: He was tired of the lack of control over ....

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posterTOOPBOYS:"Since Britain left the EU,"Britain has not left yet: the exit is currently set down for October 31st 2019.

Because of that fact, it would be better to write since the UK voted to leave the EU.

is there a option if you could correct it for me and send me a new one


And thanks for the feedback guys, i'm not the best at english grammar...

Since Britain left the EU, (That is not a true statement. The leaving date is in the future.) there have been major debates on whether or not it was the right decision. In my essay I will discuss some of the arguments the Leavers (Who are the leavers? The people leaving the country? Define your informal terms before you use them.) and the Remainers present in the general Brexit debate in Britain (missing punctuation)

(If you are writing a formal academic essay, never mention your essay, the outline of your essay or any other mention of your writing. That is not correct style. A formal essay presents a thesis statement in the opening paragraph. That is a statement of your main point; what you will argue for. It is not even good style for an opinion article in a newspaper.)


June 23th was the day where (Where is for places.) Britain held a Referendum to let the public decide whether concerning if Britain should leave or not. The polls ended with 51% voted (wrong form) in favor and 49% voted against. The reason why England (parliament, not England) agreed to a referendum was because David Cameron, who was prime minister there, thought there was no control over the immigrants. It wasn't because he hated the immigrants, but he was just annoyed that there was no more control over it. He was tired of there were no control over the situation in that time. (That is very repetitive, and poorly stated. ... believed that England should have more control over immigration, which was determined by the EU laws.) Therefore, he chose to make a referendum.


The leavers want to reclaim their borders and choose their own immigration policy. They think it (policy?) will stop, if they could control it themselves.


A huge (Huge is an informal word. It is very inappropriate for formal essays.) group of the neo-liberal British believe that Britain could do better by leaving EU. Many business leader and company’s (company's managers? company's stockholders?) in Britain, doesn’t think it’s Do not use contractions in a formal essay. It is poor style) a good idea to leave EU, because it will just cost them extra and more rules will come, and it would just affect their company’s. (company's profits? company's growth?) If they leave the EU will their value fall-out. (?) They would only make a deal if it’s benefits them (missing punctuation)


The remainer doesn’t want to be the first country (Is a "remainer" a country?) to leaves the EU. They will not be seen as the country that leaves the EU, (no comma) without a deal. They will be seen as the country that saved the Europa (Europa is a Greek mythological character who had an affair with Zeus.) back in time in two world wars. They don’t believe that leaving the EU will stop immigration to the UK. It will an economic disaster if they leave. Leaving EU could mean the loss of thousands of jobs. The EU has helped whit their economy, their wealth and status on the world rang since they joined in 1976. Remaining in the EU is a huge benefit to England, because of the free movement (Free movement of what?) . Many of the firms could not survive if they could not get employees from other countries in EU. If they leave, all that would change.



I would like to compare Helen from "the end" with Stephen Bray from horizon, which is a broadcast we saw in the class. I think they have a lot of common opinions. Both see it as a good opportunity to stay in the EU. They feel let down and sad that the government and fellow citizens have made a decision. Helen and Stephen have same topic and theme in focus. (??)

Conclusion


I can conclude that it’s bad for Britain to leave the EU, they would lose a massive amount of cooperation from other countries in EU, as well they are damaging their own economy and it would be a huge disaster for them. What would be best for them to be remembered for. Those who just walked away and left the cooperation with the EU or those who were reliable and being the nation that saved Europa back in time. The Britain is stronger in Europe than outside Europe. Britain is one of the largest nations in Europe. They will lose this influential position if they leave the EU. It will be a huge struggle for them to leave the EU, but if they stay, it’s a huge benefit for them. Of course, everybody got a different opinion to the situation, but they need to come with an agreement, otherwise the country will be divided. They need to stay together, it’s are this best for them” Together are we stronger” as you say.

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Introduction

Since UK voted to leave the EU have it been a major debate on whether or not it was the right decision. In my essay I will discuss some of the arguments the Leavers and Remainers present in the general Brexit debate in Britain. the Leavers who are the ones who would like to leave EU and the Remainers who are the ones who would like to stay in EU.


June 23th was the day whereas Britain held a Referendum to let the public decide whether Britain should leave or not. It ended with 51% votes in favor and 49% against. The reason parliament agreed to a referendum was because David Cameron, prime minister there, thought there was no control over the immigrants. That is very repetitive, and poorly stated believed that England should have more control over immigration, which was determined by the EU laws.

Therefore, he chose to hold a referendum.


The leavers want to reclaim their borders and choose their own immigration policy. They think that will stop, if they could control that themselves.


A big group of the neo-liberal British believe that Britain could do better by leaving EU. Many business leader and company’s managers in Britain, doesn’t think it is a good idea to leave EU, because it will just cost them extra and more rules will come, and it would just affect their companies. If they leave the EU, will their value fall in worth. They would only make a deal if it benefits them


The Remainers doesn’t want to be the first country to leave the EU. They will not be seen as the country that leave the EU, without a deal. They will be seen as the country that saved Europe back in time in two world wars. They don’t believe that leaving EU will stop immigration to the UK. It will an economic disaster if they leave. leave EU could mean loss of thousands of jobs. EU has helped with their economy, their wealth and status on the world stage since they joined in 1973. Remaining in the EU is a great benefit to England, because of the free movement between countries, many of the firms could not survive if they could not get employees from other countries in EU. If they leave, all that would change.



I would like to compare Helen from "the end" with Stephen Bray from “Horizon”, which is a broadcast we saw in class. I think they have a lot of common opinions. Both see it as a good opportunity to stay in the EU. They feel let down and sad that the government and fellow citizens have made a decision. Both characters talk about the same topic and theme.



Conclusion


I can conclude that it is bad for Britain to leave the EU, they would lose a large amount of cooperation from other countries in EU, as well as damaging their own economy and it would be a big disaster for them. What would be best for them to be remembered for. Those who just walked away and left the cooperation with the EU or those who were reliable and being the nation that saved Europa back in time. The Britain is stronger in Europe than outside Europe. Britain is one of the largest nations in Europe. They will lose this influential position if they leave the EU. It will be a struggle for them to leave the EU, but if they stay, it is a great benefit for them. Of course, everybody has a different opinion to the situation, but they need to come with a deal, otherwise the country will be divided. They need to stay together” Together are we stronger” as you say.


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