After much head scratching and soul searching here's my opinion for what it's worth:
Membership of the EU for Britain has brought some benefits; in science and medicine for instance. But the EU has many problems to solve; one of the biggest being the BGT - the Brussels Gravy Train. The EU's problems are well known and they are unjust, but they are not insolvable. Personally I think it needs more courage to remain and fight for change within the EU than to flee from the EU. When I say change, I mean serious changes. I mean for example that the Berlin-Brussels-Paris axis must be broken, and broken forever. I mean that the role of the European Central Bank must be reviewed and its power must be curtailed. I mean that the present immigrant chaos a-la-Merkel and the Euro Army project cannot be allowed to continue. And much else. I mean also that Euroland is not quite beyond redemption. Provided we act act with courage and provided we act now, we Britons with our traditional values, our sense of justice, and our bulldog spirit can drag the dislocated EU freight train back onto the rails and build it anew. No-one else will do it. That is certain - for no-one else ever has. It must be either a new model EU with Great Britain shouldering a leading role or a weak and diluted FEBU - a Federation of the European Blind and Unwilling.
I have no monkey in this schnapps party. I have lived on the EU mainland for more than 15 years, a fact which sadly disqualifies me from voting. And so I leave it to you, people of Great Britain. At the end of the day whatever you decide will be okay by me. I am not deaf. I am not blind. I shall hear you and as always I shall heed you!
May this referendum day go well.