Well said David, so we danced for a while......Remember when we were all school lads, and even then, as kids do, we all collected things
or had an interest in something, mine was always horror/fantasy stuff, my best mates it was car badges, then you could write a letter to all the big car manufacturers and receive a metal lapel badge, no interest to me, but they liked them, some lads collected foreign coins
and bank notes. This is probably a long winded way of saying that it was "vive le difference", all of us individuals. Just imagine the number of coins that would be missing from the coin collections if the EURO had been accepted then by Germany, France, Belgium, Spain etc, all those Countries that were identified by their currency, now all that seems an age away, slowly the Europe we all knew as
individual countries, the EU is slowly stealing their individuality, their identity and more importantly, their freedoms. That is what terrifies them, if we leave... others will follow.