As Britain heads towards the European Union referendum I am no longer convinced that the "Stay Camp" will win the day. The fact that within weeks Britain could be leaving the European Union is a major concern because I am not convinced that the "Leave Camp" really know what they are doing or how Britain will survive outside the European trading bloc. But they have struck a chord with their rhetoric on immigration. The European Union leads to more immigration, they claim. Immigration is one of the chief concerns of the majority of the British people. Successive governments have failed to tackle the issue properly and this has led to a backlash. In fact, I would say that the European Union referendum has become a vote on immigration...and the Leave Camp are winning. Also, I have not heard a single speech from the "Stay Camp" which would persuade me of the merits of European Union membership if my mind wasn't already made up. I would say that the camp has been a mixture of scare tactics from both sides and rather unfounded claims. Prime Minister David Cameron took a gamble on the European Union referendum. I sincerely doubt that he will escape the fallout. Even if he wins the vote I suspect that he will face a leadership challenge from a man he knows very well: arch-rival Boris Johnson. So is the European Dream coming to an end for Britain. I hope not but watch this space.


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Steve Riches / Hace over 5 years

I am no apologist for the EU - it needs change, but you won't get your voice heard from outside it. If we leave, prepare yourself for parity with the Euro, for increased tariffs for our UK-produced goods and services, for continued illegal immigration via our 7,700 miles of coastline plus the French abandoning the UK customs in France which will send even more surges of people direct to Dover, your EHIC card may well lose its currency, the UK government could easily try to save money by not paying pensions to their citizens who chose to live in the EU, you may lose EU protection for all your property and activities within the EU if you remain a UK citizen, and your mobile phone bills outside the UK will suddenly go sky-high once again. There will be no EU control for you on flights for prices or compensation. I am no great lover of the EU, but I see no reason why we should commit financial suicide.


Sean Dobson / Hace over 5 years

Actually,Jason,the European NIGHTMARE is coming to an end. I voted yes in 1975,but then we were only led to believe that we were voting for a trading block,although it's now clear that Heath knew more than he told us at the time,this''trading'' block has since morphed into what is almost a United States of Europe with it's own laws,politicians and flag and now plans to have it's own army,well,neither I or anybody else voted for that in 1975.


Simon Tow / Hace over 5 years

Slightly less apprehensive than if it were the far left.


Andy Rawson / Hace over 5 years

Europe is rapidly looking to the far-right to sort things out (Nearly 50-percent of the vote for the Austrian far-right candidate). How does everyone feel about that!


Simon Tow / Hace over 5 years

Dream or Nightmare ?