Re: I guess I misunderstood the situation
" just means having UK hands on those levers, and less money flowing to the EU to bankroll EUrocrat's lifestyles."
This argument always puzzled me. It's as if there exists some noble British Beaurocrat who is so much more competent and yet works for a pittance.
Newsflash: most government beaurocracies suck, are expensive and inefficient. Preferring to be screwed over by Westminster rather than Brussels is a curious form of patriotism, given that you're getting screwed over anyway.