In. Anything else is short term, backward mentalism.
On the pro-side, I find it hard to side with the likes of Farage, Redwood et al and RichB, so for that reason I may well end up voting to stay in.
I'm sure that Germany is a nice place to go to now, don't let the door hit you on the way out.
It is a lovely place to go, and we can go right from here without the need to have any yankee barn doors hitting us on our talking orifices as we go. That's one of the benefits of the European Union.You were the one preferring to leave, toodle pip.
Sooner be the 51st state of the USA than remain in the EC
Not what you said, see above. We are not governed by Europe, but you want out unless we are totally isolationist and independent...which is a whole different ball game that few who advocate it have properly thought through.I see no evidence that you have thought it through, in case there was any ambiguity in my statement, given that you seem to have bought the bigots shorthand about being "governed by the tw@ts in Brussels".
I would prefer to be governed from London and not anywhere else in Europe by people f*ck all to do with Britain.
Are we governed by Europe? The EU certainly sets trading rules and imposes standards (Working hours, trading standards, safety standards) and also rules on whether nation laws contravene some cores (such as rights etc.). However, remaining outside of the Euro currency I don't really think that we are ruled by Europe outside of those areas unless there are other areas I have missed?
'In', and I can't believe anyone really thinks the alternative is viable