Re: "...North Korea of Europe..."
Thank you for this ref. It is quite detailed and needs close scrutiny. However ...
Have you actually read it?
Far from supporting exit it gives a considerable number of reasons for staying in as well as for leaving. One quote from it :-
"Part of Rognan wants to join the EU to open up the market, which he says is the ultimate driver of the economy.
Two of the EU’s biggest members, France and Germany, have already warned Britain that it would be denied access to the single market if it did not accept free movement of labour.
The EEA agreement does allow members to restrict movement on the grounds of “public policy, public security or public health”, but only on a temporary basis."