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The prospect of joining the Common Market was a concern for some people within Britain. The Government faced opposition over the issue of Europe from various groups who wanted Britain to remain independent. Therefore the Government began to promote the positive changes they believed membership would bring, as can be seen in this leaflet.
It was argued that European membership had many economic advantages and opportunities for Britain, and would result in a better standard of living for British people.
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