LETTER: Vote for your future and your children’s

Which way will you be voting?
Which way will you be voting?

With the biggest decision of our generation only days away, we have heard the remain side use feeble reasons to stay in which, in my opinion, are insulting your intelligence.

They say the house you own will go down in value.

Let’s put things straight, do you think your employer will say ‘oh we are out of the EU so I’m going to break the minimum wage law and drop your salary’.

No.

Some have said your house price will go down.

If we leave the EU your house will not go down, it will steadily go up as they are doing right now.

In Britain, we do not build enough houses to let the British youngsters who are getting married every year move into.

These are the youngsters that are having to stay with mum and dad until they save up a deposit.

If we stay in the EU, the immigrants will need housing and with your kids fighting for housing it will not be a steady rise it will go off the chart, so pushing up the price of houses astronomically, well out of the reach of your kids and the minimum wage.

So I find it insulting for some to insult my intelligence by scaremongering.

I’m not going to go on hammering the point, I just want to say that if you want your kids to have the opportunity to have jobs in the future I feel you have to vote Leave.

We have an immigration issue which grows every year the size of the city of Coventry, so how many jobs do you think there will be when little Johnny or Jane grows up, assuming they can get into the school of their choice, and not be in a classroom with 40 kids being taught by one over-worked teacher.

Make the right decision oand use your feet to vote, do not assume the leave vote will win, use the most precious thing after your family and vote for your future and that of your children and grandchildren.

Karen Gibb

Farnsworth Grove,
Huthwaite