Britain leaves the EU:
1. The GBP will go south
2. The euro goes south
3. Everything remains the same
1, because the scots wants to leave UK and join EU.
With Failmeron and his constant pig disgusting derailments out of the picture, EU may work to get a more pyramidal structure - someting that may strengthen the Euro.
Unfortunately for you cunts britain will never leave the EU. There's too much money at stake. If nessesary you'll see MI5 taking helicopter loads of ballot boxes full of votes to leave out to the north sea to dump them.
The UK entered the EU on the condition that it was put in the class for special needs children. It has since strived to be treated even more special. Neither Cameron nor Blair, but especially Cameron, has done nothing to hammer out a strict party line for their parties. Either for staying in the EU or leaving. Period. Cameron tries to dodge responsibility by having a referendum.
If he really thinks that Scotland won't secede from the UK and join the EU, then the pig bacteria must have gotten to his brain.
EU satisfaction is extremely low. Britain leaving would probably be a catalyst for other member states wanting to leave and EU big dogs will no longer be able to say "no you cant have a referendum" like they do currently because it would make no sense.
It would definitely be a tough transition for Britain but since we have no connection to the Euro I'm pretty sure we'd be fine. Not that there's any chance of us actually leaving, people generally don't like change.