I think both sides have made a very poor attempt at giving us plain facts.
There's plenty of "fact" out there if you can be bothered to read it. It just depends whose "facts" you want to believe.
You can either believe the "facts" as told by Cameron, Osborne, Obama, most of our major trading partners such as China, Australia, Canada, other EU partners, the Governor of the Bank of England, the major Trades Unions such as Unite and the NFU, the science community lead by Prof Stephen Hawking and most top business leaders and think we'd be better off staying in....
or you can believe the "facts" as told by Boris, Gove, Grayling, Farage, Lawson and minorities in the above mentioned groups.
I know which ones sound more convincing to me....
Who here wants more immigrants and still wants to be ruled by Brussels?
Not this tired old chestnut again. Half of the immigrants do not come from the EU. So leaving the EU will have no impact at all on those - in fact as has been widely publicised, the camp at Calais will be relocated to Kent when the French no longer try to stop people coming to the UK. If we want to make trade deals with the EU - as Norway does -, we will be forced to accept free movement of people. Leaving the EU will make no appreciable difference to immigration.
We are not "ruled" by Brussels any more than France or Germany is. Another Daily Mail myth. We can - and do - opt out of all sorts of things (like the Euro) and a concensus has to be reached by everyone. We elect MEPs just like everyone else, and it is for these democratically elected folk to represent us. One of the first things Boris did having come out pro-Brexit was to publish a list of ludicrous EU laws - all of which were comprehensively proved never to have happened! Many EU laws - I'm thinking particularly of the ones protecting the environment - are far better than anything our own governments have done.
Someone earlier - pwa I think - said he was going to listen to the views of his daughter. I think that's a very sound idea as whatever decision is reached will affect our children and grandchildren for generations, and personal views should be tempered by that. My daughter and son-in-law are both very firmly of the view we should stay in.