In or out, which way are you leaning? So we have a date 23rd June and the campaigning is underway. I favour coming out I think.. I think we can have trade agreements, free movement of goods and services. The best thing about the EU for me is how we can work in Europe with less hassle. This is actually something my business benefits from as my firm manufactures clothing in an EU country - though they still have their own currency. Our customers also have stores in different EU countries. Whilst there'll be some change, I think the fear pandering is over done. The prospect of some huge upheaval is never welcoming, but I think it'll be gentler than some might envisage. My wife is from another EU country and came here because of the free movement of people. I'm not against immigration at all. My family immigrated here before I was born, so how could I. I just think a Europe wide open door policy is too much for our situation. Some limits are needed. Or put it this way, I would prefer if we had our own immigration policy. I don't really want us to be part of this big group with ever more integration. I don't want a United States of Europe. I don't want people not elected by the UK voter making decisions that effect them. I don't care how mundane. I prefer more independence, in principle I favour small government over big government. Without fiscal and monetary union the EU will come unstuck sooner or later, and it'll never really work properly without it. We seem to be in a half way house that will torture and stagnate all the members in the end.