With all the hoo-ha over politicians choosing sides and Dave's pathetic deal, we must not lose sight of the major issue here, which is the migrant crisis and huge numbers of people trying to get into the EU, albeit originally invited, by Germany, or rather, by Frau Merkel. It is evident that the EU is failing to deal with the huge numbers coming in and yet a million more (a conservative estimate I would imagine) are set to arrive in this year alone. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...azor-wire-won-t-stop-determined-refugees.html In addition to the problems faced trying to house and feed thousands upon thousands of new arrivals, migrants are also a drain on the economy and on services. Germany again: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...URO-shortfall-German-health-service-2017.html Our NHS is already floundering. Do we really need more people here to look after? It will cripple the NHS! In addition, Germany is facing startling increases in crime: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ences-including-sex-assaults-murder-rise.html Can we cope with this, given reductions in the police force? Should we have to accept it? As part of the EU, I would say, yes, we do. All these problems are going to get worse because more people are arriving and they won't take 'no' for an answer. Whatever we seem like we are going to gain, is save, by remaining in the EU will be vastly overbalanced by immigration. That is the real issue here, not the other issues people want to focus upon.