It'll be a fudge, after all those organising it have not only a vested interest in staying in but are also liars. It's inevitable that we'll stay in
Cameron, when asked about cuts to funding for flood defences said it wasn't true, the Conservatives had increased spending. He lied.
Then they released a map showing all the 'new' flood defences, except it showed planned defences that had been scrapped and new defences not built but just as likely to be scrapped when the furore died down. A PR lie.
Cameron and Osbourne said the tax settlement with Google (3 or 4% after ten years of negotiation) was a 'great success'. Everyone else in the country hailed it as an abysmal failure. They lied.
Cameron has just come back from negotiations to 're-negotiate' our membership of the EU and hailed it as a 'success'. It's not, it's a fudge, a failure and the devil is in the detail. More lies.
There are some good points for staying in the EU, but there's not much point because the UK keeps vetoing them.
China has been targeting European steel making by selling us cheap steel to make our industries uncompetitive (selling it at 25% more to Canada for example). The EU wanted to introduce measures to protect the steel industries. Uk voted against it.
The UK tax payer is footing the bill for the excesses and malpractices of the banking industry. Proposed changes to the system recommended in this country have been watered down to the point of being useless. The EU wants to bring in badly needed regulations to curb banking malpractices, but the UK has voted against it.
The EU wants to bring in laws to prevent giant multi nationals like Google, Vodaphone (owes the UK 6 billion in taxes) and others from manipulating the sytem with tax avoidance schemes. The UK votes against it.
UK shell companies that don't have to produce accounts, identify directors or fill in tax returns are the money instrument of almost all the money laundering in the world. The government knows but won't change it.
Against, well, probably the biggest thing at the moment is the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) with the USA. This is being negotiated secretly by unelected EU beureacrats (democracy at work). Allegedly about free trade but will in fact allow domination of the market by large corporations and will destroy the NHS.
There's a lot of hype abput how bad it would be for the UK if we left the EU but that's all it is, hype.
The real question is what's the best for Joe public. What's best 'economically' is seldom what's best for Joe public the ordinary man in the street, not the bankers and multi nationals in London, and the answer must be 'out'.