AFTER A LANDMARK deal with the EU, British Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday announced a referendum would be held in June to decide whether or not to leave the union.
Under the agreement, Britain can freeze welfare payments to European migrants if they are putting a strain on the system. It is also exempt from the key EU obligation of working towards ‘an ever closer union’.
A UK exit from the EU would obviously have implications for Ireland, but we want to know what you would do if you were in the shoes of the British voters.
Should they vote to…