I AM a British voter, and I'm voting remain because there is literally not a single coherent argument to Leave that doesn't involve "getting our country back" (from who, exactly?), immigration concerns (despite not a single study showing it to be a bad thing) or the economy not needing the EU (the EU is a political entity with sod-all to do with trade, and trading is organised through different organisations). Some have also spouted some rubbish about Belgian courts deciding our laws, which again is complete bollocks, and most of the truly progressive laws we have were driven by our EU membership, and the Tory leadership wants to rewrite our human rights charter to further benefit them and not the people it was written for - a charter we have again because of our EU membership.
As much as my country likes to pretend we're an island in the mid-Atlantic, we're not. We are a part of Europe whether we like it or not, and the EU has given us far more than it has taken, and will continue to do so. Every single argument for Leave stems from xenophobia and a misguided arrogance of our position in the world, and I'm not just saying that - most of the organisations for Leave are fringe groups like Britain First, the BNP, UKIP and politicians hated by those they were put in charge of (seriously, look up how badly teachers hate Michael Gove, and Iain Duncan Smith has always had a bad reputation) or regarded as lunatics (Boris Johnson needs no real introduction).
Plus, every expert who knows what they're talking about says Remain. That's good enough for me.