As far as I can tell, the Exit argument is “we’ve been out-negotiated by the other members, we’ll be better off on our own negotiating with the entire world”. Call me less than convinced.
One problem I have with Exit is – unsurprisingly – there is little clarity about exactly what would happen. Paul Mason goes some way to exploring what it might mean.
Cameron has managed to remove the UK’s involvement in an “ever closer union”. That’s good enough for me. I think it was the Lisbon treaty that formalised those words, as signed by Gordon Brown. Never a fan of his.