Can you tell us which laws we haven't ceded to the EU. Exactly which part/s of our laws are outside EU influence ? Did we have a democratic vote on the Lisbon Treaty? Was it ever put to a public vote whether to instruct our PM at the time to sign the Treaty? By 2022 EU law will be sacrosanct across the member states.(again they call them states and not countries) Since when were the UK, France, Belgium, Italy, Greece, Sweden etc, etc states and not countries? The EU Parliament and ECJ become the supreme lawmakers across the EU (include the UK if we remain) By 2022 we will join the Schengen Area Agreement (no if's, no buts) By 2022 we will be forced to join the Euro. once this happens it will be the EU who control personal taxation. They will set VAT rates. Our own parliament might as well abandon Westminster, because the EU will own us completely. And you truly want this?