I'm wondering if you have decided which way you'll be voting.
I'm not asking you to disclose which way you'll vote, although you're welcome to do so, if you wish. What I'm interested in is whether or not you have made up your mind, or whether you're undecided.
If you are still not sure, have you found that any information you've seen or heard has been helpful, or do you instinctively dismiss most of it as part of the inevitable posturing of those politicians and business leaders who have vested interests in the UK either staying in the EU or exiting?
It would be good if we can avoid diatribes against the government and/or EU mandarins - we've seen more than enough of that already. Your personal feelings about how you set about deciding are what I'm after, rather than your political leanings.
My own situation is that I'm wavering. I thought I knew exactly what we should do, but over the past few weeks I've been doing a lot of thinking, and now I readily admit to not yet being 100% certain about how I'll vote.
The truth is, no one knows what the future holds, whether we stay in or out. If they did, they'd be multi-billionaires.
The government figures released yesterday under a fanfare, are pie in the sky. An estimate of what may happen and given the Treasury's track record of projections, I wouldn't hold my breath on it being anywhere near correct. Trying to project 14 years in advance is a mugs game. They can't even get the next 12 months right, as indeed they've been wrong for years about the nations deficit.
For Cameron and Osborne to claim these figures as some sort of truth, is a lie.
Any decent businessman will tell you, projections are a best guess based on current trends. Next month, (even next week), it could all change.
The "in" people suggest there will be no change. But that's not guaranteed either. Apparently there's a mass of legislation just waiting to come on line after the vote. I wonder why they're delaying it? If it were in our favour, you'd think they'd publish it now, to give the "in" camp a boost.
Apparently hidden in Osbourne's/Treasurers report is that they expect an increase in immigration by 3 million according to a report in the Mail.
Osborne's 3million migrants clanger:
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If one looks at the big ethnic blocks of immigration other than the EU , such as the Afro Caribbeans, the Pakistani and Indian diasporas , there are millions who the UK has encouraged, or allowed to come here, quite outside the EU. Surely this proves that the argument about controlling immigration is not clear - cut.