Today, June 11, 2016, all Opinion Polls indicate that the Brexit Vote on Thursday June 23, will be very close.
This being the case, will the final official result really be a "sound basis" on which to decide "economically or politically" the best long term future of Britain ? Must that decision be made "NOW" ?
Many arguments by those who prefer "Brexit now" are justified by the mess in which the EU finds itself at present ! The EU MUST change.
It MUST update Treaties and old principles, adopted almost 50 years ago in the peaceful post-war era. It MUST also protect external frontiers, fight Terrorism and reduce the inflow of refugees.
These changes will take time, but afterwards, would there still be 50% of voters yearning to leave the EU ?
Should David Cameron, the Prime Minister, not seek an agreement in Parliament that any "close vote" would not, automatically and short-term, decide the long term future of Britain by leaving the EU immediately ?