Compare the Brexit

We've studied Theresa May's withdrawal agreement to see how it compares to a no deal Brexit or remaining in the EU. See below how they differ on the key issues that will affect people's day to day lives.
No Deal Leave
May's Deal*
Remain in EU
Sovereignty
Britain would not have to follow EU laws (even beneficial ones)
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Britain has to follow EU laws for the duration of the withdrawal period
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Britain has to follow some EU laws
Influence EU rules
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No ability to make, change, or block EU rules
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No ability to make, change, or block EU rules
UK has a say in EU rules plus citizens benefit from EU laws protecting them
UK contribution to EU
UK may pay to participate in some EU programmes after Brexit
UK may pay to participate in some EU programmes after Brexit
The UK makes an estimated 7bn net contribution to the EU but this is outweighed by the benefits of EU membership
EU contribution to UK
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The EU would no longer contribute to the UK
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The EU would no longer contribute to the UK
The EU contributes to the UK in many ways
5% minimum VAT
If we leave the EU we have the option to reduce VAT below 5%
If we leave the EU we have the option to reduce VAT below 5%
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We must charge a minimum of 5% VAT on certain items (note: this is changing)
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*May's Deal refers to the Withdrawal Agreement

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