Personally I'd like to see the UK get itself away from the diktats of Brussels either completely or stop bowing to their every wish, some of which are ridiculously PC. I voted in favour of the Common Market, not the unwieldy body which it has become.
I'll admit I can be a little dogmatic about this issue, but I'm interested in the use of the word "diktat" here. I think there's a lot of misunderstanding about how the EU works. UKIP have put great stock in the idea that there's a Commission issuing diktats that we're forced to accept, but that really isn't how it works.
All the Commission does is draft legislation. It's national governments that sit around a table and make the decisions, alongside MEPs in the European Parliament (though they're much less powerful). It's very rare that we're ever forced to implement a piece of legislation we actively disagree with because while in principle countries can be outvoted, the rule is generally that you find a consensus that everyone can agree to. In the cases when that isn't possible it's usually about an obscure piece of regulation - we're never forced into major decisions about things like foreign policy or other highly important areas.
It's a very important point as I really do think a lot of people think we're having almost all our laws dictated to us by a group of bureaucrats and that just isn't the case. If we want to leave the EU then that's a legitimate opinion, but it has to be based on what the EU actually is, not some kind of caricature.