On 23rd June the nation heads to the polls to decide whether the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union.
As an organisation, the Entrepreneurs' Forum is completely neutral, but following a recent poll of our members the overwhelming consensus was that our region's entrepreneurs planned to vote, but felt they needed to know more about the Prime Minister's deal with Europe and the pros and cons of the debate.
With this in mind, we've pulled together a host of information below from our corporate partners and other sources that may help inform your decision...
The BBC have prepared a great summary of what the debate is all about and what is happening on both sides of the argument: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-32810887
|Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
The CBI commissioned PwC to produce a detailed quantitative assessment of the potential economic implications of possible scenarios where the UK voted to leave the EU, as compared to the UK voting to remain in the EU. Read the full report >>
In this video, a panel of PwC experts take you through the key issues to consider on the EU referendum including immigration, the economic impact of Brexit, the various potential scenarios and political implications.
|Lawyers IN for Britain
This report is the culmination of what a group of UK lawyers consider to be the most reliable key evidence regarding the EU Referendum debate, the details of which they have based their respective conclusion that the UK’s interests are best served by remaining in the EU. Read the full report >>
|Newcastle City Council
A paper setting out some of the big issues, which aims to promote debate and discussion on Newcastle and the North East's relationship with Europe now and in the future. Read the full report >>
None of the information contained in the documents or websites linked to from this page represent the views of the Entrepreneurs' Forum. This resource simply aims to make it easier for business owners to find relevant information that could help to inform their own decision.
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