By the end of 2017 we will have an in/out refferendum on the EU which will enable some serious changes.
First, lets talk immigration. Despite what papers such as the Daily Mail suggest, immigration is a positive thing and 21st Century Britain cannot live without it and we need to stop giving immigrants bad stigma. Where would you be without your typical Muslim-run Kebab shop on a drunken night out, or that Chineese guy who runs your local Chineese shop enabling you to order a chicken curry on a night in with your spouse?
What about your local corner shop typical indian guy who when he's not busy, you can chat about the weather and have a local connection. To even further what i'm saying, what about all those immigrants who make our society happen. Who we in Britain cannot live without.
The issue concerning the EU should be around the TTIP and privatisation of our public services. Not immigration. Most immigrants do not come here to benefit cheat, they come here because they love Britain.
Another issue concerning the EU is the human rights act. Before I will state my view on whether we leave, I need assurance that we will keep the Human Rights act as it protects people from discrimination based on their age, gender, religeon, sexual orintation and ethnic background. We have already seen top Tories calling for it to be scrapped.
Take the reffurendum SERIOUSLY.