You’ve avoided that question quite nicely there .
The EEC was an excellent trade collaborative akin to the trade deal we have now. It showed countries can work together for collective advantage whilst maintaining independent executive power. The European Union significantly took on a significant number of executive responsibilities which went beyond what the EEC stood for.
Some people agree with that. Some people do not. It’s a personal preference. And it’s ok that people disagree . Then it’s just a case of which the majority prefer.
Brexit as a concept was vastly overhyped by both sides. Life goes on either way.
Really? So you are not aware of all the benefits of the Single Market? Lord Cockfield was the man behind the Single Market, which swept away frontiers. Restrictions on trade in goods, services, capital, skills.... Barriers that created great inefficiencies.