In response to Fox on Friday: If the EU is so good for our economy, why does it perform so appallingly?, amazer wrote:
In my opinion, the EU referendum debate can be summarised thus.
Remaining will be best for the economy, trade and security
Leaving will be best for re-establishing sovereignty and democracy.
As for the economy, this is a variable quality. There can be alternatively black and red ink, boom and busts. Jobs come and jobs go. (And the value of European security co-operation has been demonstrated recently in both Paris and Brussels.)
However, sovereignty and democracy are stable, quality, rights. They may be applied differently but they are worthy rights and ideals to maintain and defend . Once lost, they are very hard to reclaim.
Thus my choice on the 23rd of June is to vote for either a variable parameter or a stable and desirable right. A no brainer as they say.