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sam39 posted..

I shall ignore your silly remark about the tone of my comments.

So far you have not answered any of my questions with a factual answer. You keep making generalised statements about what will happen without a shred of evidence.
I will try again on integration. It is inevitable that the EZ will integrate further. That will be necessary to allow for fiscal transfers, some degree of harmonisation of taxation, and harmonisation of social security. The UK is not in the EZ, and along with Denmark has a permanent opt out from the Euro. We will not join Schengen, there will be no Euro army, and in any case 'closer union' will not apply to the UK.
Of course, there are some continentals and UK politicians who would support even more integration. But they come up against the veto which can be exercised by any one of the countries. I get the feeling that you do not trust the UK government and Parliament - if we remain, some future government might agree to join the EuroZone perhaps? But the Leavers want the UK government and Parliament to be sovereign - which seems a bit strange if you do not trust them.