I don't think there's any appetite in the UK to be part of a single European superstate. Well, hardly any. The question is whether that's an inexorable future for the EU, and I simply don't believe it is. Sure there are factions who want it, but there are more factions which don't imo. And even if it did go that route, we could bail out then. There was no need to bail out now, just in case. We already had all the opt outs we needed, and there was literally ZERO chance of the UK agreeing to effectively disappear as a sovereign state, without there being another referendum on it. No government would have taken us down that route, which would represent a constitutional change bigger than anything since 1066, without a referendum. To imagine we could be taken there without the UK public agreeing to it, is simply unthinkable. So I think those who voted to leave based on fears of a European superstate being the end game, have so voted in error. It may never happen, so there was no need to vote leave now. And if it did come to pass, we could leave then.