Dear Mr Dawkins,
Your twitter profile states that you are a UK biologist and writer. You also state that science is the poetry of reality…
You recently wrote that we need a second referendum but we shouldn’t have it too soon. You continue that we need to wait until there are more young voters [who will vote to remain in the EU].
You must realise that this is the same EU which, by insisting on open borders, has allowed millions more people into the UK?
So how will remaining in the EU benefit the young when they reach voting age?
First of all, the majority – and this is probably over 90% of them – will never be able to afford a deposit on their own home. Housing prices are growing astronomically. So, by the same means, deposits are rising astronomically as well. If these youngsters manage to save, with the present huge costs of rental accommodation, they could well be in their fifties or sixties before they can afford a deposit, and by then they will be too old to take out a mortgage.
Then, what about marriage and children? There are school places to consider. Immigrants I see in Finchley often have a baby in a pram – or perhaps two in a double pram, with two, three or sometimes four infants trotting behind. School places may be so far away, one partner in the marriage will always have to accompany their children to and from school so will have to earn less. Not just for primary school but right up to school leaving age as there are a lot of dangerous people about. This will have a lead on effect of reducing savings towards that ever elusive mortgage.
If we get our wish for Brexit soon, it may be in time to save our National Health Service. Already it is at breaking point. With frightening stories at A&E – these are supposed to be for emergency cases – taking up to eight hours before you are seen by a doctor.
I am sorry, Richard, but you appear to be a very silly man. Or, if not silly, certainly not wise enough to see the dangers of your philosophy on Brexit. Or is it that you just don’t care about the poorer working class British who will bear the brunt of all this?
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