3) I don’t like the idea of that
|"Can you prove that the moon isn't made of cheese? There's too much uncertainty..."|
13) Red Herring
Bringing up another topic to distract away from the issue at hand.
14) Shifting the Burden of Proof
In the referendum debate, both sides need to state the case for their viewpoints. Stating 'the other side has questions to answer' but offereing no answers from their perspective, is an example of logical fallacy.
15) You can't say that!
Saying that certain viewpoints or topics cannot be discussed is a type of logical fallacy. This includes banning discussions in public forums.
Both sides have used some if not all of these tricks, but that doesn’t mean that they are as bad as each other. It is up to you to do your own research and to come to your own conclusions.