So the Brexit fans want out because they have to pay a measly 8.5 billion and in return receive half a trillion in investments from other EU countries ? Good thinking.
Brexit: The big numbers you need to know
If EU leaders reach a new deal for Britain, which could come as early as Friday, it'll make it easier for Cameron to convince the British public to vote for the country to stay in the bloc. A U.K. referendum on the issue is expected to come as early as June. Cameron argues that being part of the club is good for the British economy. But his opponents are pushing for a British exit, or Brexit, arguing that EU membership is costly, creates regulatory red tape and brings in too much migration. These numbers show just how much is at stake: Investment The European Union is a major source of foreign direct investment in ... (full story)