NB I am not the Devil (but I am offering you a free book).
Part of the problem for eurosceptics has been that we have too often only engaged in one half of the argument. To be fair, we've all made a pretty good case that the EU is a costly, harmful, antidemocratic monstrosity - so much so that the public are in great majority convinced of that.
It is the second half of the argument which has been somewhat lacking - what is the positive alternative? Convincing people there is a problem with the current situation is not enough; we need to lay out what life would be like without the EU, how things could be better and, crucially, how it is perfectly feasible to get there.
To that end, the TaxPayers' Alliance is publishing a new book, Ten Years On: Britain without the European Union which lays out a vision of what Britain could be like in 2020, governing ourselves and with the freedom to cooperate and trade with whomsoever we like.
The book, by Dr Lee Rotherham, also features a foreword by legendary Sun political editor Trevor Kavanagh and an epilogue by bestselling author Frederick Forsyth. As well as a fictionalised "history" of the next ten years, it also explores how life could change for real people, from MPs and city boys to fishermen, farmers and small business owners.