Ken Worthy 5pts I'm sure you are right, Adrian. The EU is unlikely to exist in 10-20 years time. It is afflicted by four major crises, and is woefully incapable of coping with any of them. First the migrant crisis, with more flooding into Europe this year than last year's million or so. The EU can only watch the Schengen Area slowly and painfully collapse, while desperate people are stranded all over the Balkans. Next there is a security crisis, because among those migrants are terrorists. Two of those implicated in the Paris attack came in by this route. Then there is a financial crisis, because anyone who thinks that the last Greek bailout solved the Eurozone problem wasn't paying attention. Finally there is an unemployment crisis. For the whole 21 years of the single market, EU countries have consistently had much higher total unemployment, long term unemployment and youth unemployment than comparable Western countries.Ah, but the EU has a plan. It is called "ever-closer union", and it was developed in the 1940s and 50s. It is their answer to every problem - more Europe.