If there is an issue that gets everyone hot under the collar it's whether the British economy will be better or worse off if we leave the European Union.

And, of course, how much it costs Britain to be a member of the EU - and what proportion of that money do we see returned.

With the arguments getting heated, GetBucks wanted to get beyond the political rhetoric and find some facts.

Euro and pound notes in purse

We sought the opinion of Glenn Stanbury, a barrister and owner of the Stanbury Legal Group , and a visiting law lecturer at the University of Buckingham and the University of Leeds.

We asked him to give us only facts surrounding econoomy, with no bias towards the Remain or Brexit camps.

His was careful to include only points that he can prove. Above is what he said.

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